The Jury / design

The entries for the ADC 93rd Annual Awards will be chaired and juried by talented and inspiring leaders in design, illustration, advertising, interactive, photography and motion. These six top industry talents will be responsible for upholding the standard of the Art Directors Club’s ongoing commitment to award work that meets the highest standards of art and craft in today’s visual communications industries.

Design

Joseph Hutchinson

Design Director

Rolling Stone

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Joseph Hutchinson

Design Director

Rolling Stone

Joseph Hutchinson is the Design Director for Rolling Stone magazine where he oversees the design and visual presentation of Rolling Stone properties including the magazine in print and digital, books and special interest publications. In addition, Joseph oversees Rolling Stone’s visual brand identity, style guidelines and the design of products licensing the Rolling Stone name.

Under his leadership, Rolling Stone has won numerous medals and awards for design, photography and illustration from the Society for Publication Design (SPD) and the Society of Illustrators and even Magazine Cover of the Year from the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) Best Cover Competition.

Joseph has also served as a judge multiple times in the SPD, ASME and Society for News Design (SND) competitions. In 2012 he served as a judge in the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition. He also has given several presentations about design and design management at the SND conference, New York University, University of North Carolina and American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) among others. He has served on the board of SND.

Before joining Rolling Stone, Joseph served as Creative Director and Deputy Managing Editor of The Los Angeles Times. where he redesigned and revitalized the publication, turning it into one of the nation’s visual journalism powerhouses. He reorganized the design operation, empowered the photography department and art directed the Sunday magazine. As a result of those changes, visual journalism dramatically improved and the paper has won hundreds of awards in many competitions for design, photography, information graphics and illustration. Joseph art directed several projects and series that won Pulitzer Prizes for the paper.

Joseph began his career as a Graphic Artist Intern at USA Today and later was hired by The Baltimore Sun. At The Sun, Joseph was quickly promoted to Assistant Managing Editor where he oversaw the visual presentation of the paper and created a vigorous and award winning design and graphics operation. During his tenure, he implemented the redesign of The Sun, which won the prestigious World’s Best Designed Newspaper award from SND.

Design

Todd Waterbury

SVP, Executive Creative Director

Target Marketing

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Todd Waterbury

SVP, Executive Creative Director

Target Marketing

Todd Waterbury is Target’s Executive Creative Director. In his role, Todd establishes the creative direction of Target’s marketing efforts, leading an internal team of art directors, designers, writers and producers, as well as its external agency partners, in expressing the Target brand in dramatic and innovative ways.

Todd has extensive experience in creating strategic, highly integrated campaigns for a broad roster of clients. He joined Target in January 2013 from the consulting company he founded, working with national and international clients including Uniqlo. Prior to that, Todd served as Co-Executive Creative Director at Wieden+Kennedy New York, an agency where he oversaw campaigns for brands ranging from Nike to Delta Airlines. Todd also spent time in New York as Executive Art Director for Bloomingdale’s.

Todd’s work has received numerous design and advertising awards, and is included in the permanent collections of the Guggenheim and the Museum of Modern Art.

 

Design

Hector Muelas

Creative Director, Worldwide Marketing Communications

Apple Inc.

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Hector Muelas

Creative Director, Worldwide Marketing Communications

Apple Inc.

Hector Muelas is Creative Director of Worldwide Marketing Communications at Apple.

Over the past decade, Hector has worked at B-Reel and Creative Artists Agency in Los Angeles, Wieden+Kennedy in Amsterdam, and Vice Media in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

He has developed award-winning global marketing platforms and advertising campaigns, intellectual properties, interactive projects, products, and original content for the world’s cornerstone brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola, Diageo, EA Games, LEGO and Chipotle.

Hector’s work has been awarded at the Cannes Lions, One Show, One Show Entertainment, One Show Design, ADC, TED, NXT Stage Hollywood Awards and AIGA, among others. Some of his personal work has been shown at the Zendai Moma Shanghai, Art Basel, and Manifesta Frankfurt, and is part of the permanent collection of the Mamco Geneva.

Hector holds a Master’s degree in Audiovisual Communication from the University Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona. He also studied media science and film in the Braunschweig University of Arts (Germany).

Design

Everett Katigbak

Brand Manager

Pinterest

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Everett Katigbak

Brand Manager

Pinterest

Everett is a tinkerer, storyteller, and hacker of physical objects. As Pinterest’s brand design manager, his job is to communicate the company’s story to pinners from all walks of life.

Before coming to Pinterest, he was the environmental design manager and an early communication designer at Facebook, where he helped design the company’s campuses (recently with Frank Gehry Partners LLP), and global satellite offices. He was also the co-founder of the Facebook Analog Research Laboratory, a print studio and workshop led by a rogue band of pirates determined to challenge the status quo.

Design

Joana Machado

Owner and Art Director

Colonia

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Joana Machado

Owner and Art Director

Colonia

Joana Machado holds a post-graduate in History and Aesthetics of Electronic Art (2004) from Mecadi/Esdi, in Barcelona, where she studied under Siegfried Zielinski and Claudia Giannetti; and a degree in Communication Design (2002) from the University of Porto Fine Arts School (FBAUP).

Before being a partner and Creative Director at Colönia Designers, Joana did Photography, Communication Design, Art Direction, and User Interface Design at several companies. At Colönia she is a Designer and an Art Director working in the realms of photography and video for Branding and Design Fiction. She is also a curator at Colönia Micro-gallery & Colönia Store, heading research, planning and management.

Joana’s specialties include communication design, art direction, photography, design fiction, brand strategy, curatorship and video.

Design

Chelsea Briganti

Co-founder, CEO

Loliware Edible Cups, HYCHIA

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Chelsea Briganti

Co-founder, CEO

Loliware Edible Cups, HYCHIA

Chelsea Briganti graduated from Parsons School of Design in 2010 with a BFA in Product Design. Upon graduating, she co-founded a social innovation think tank called The Way We See The World, and 3.5 years later has produced a body of work comprising a collection of biodegradable edible cups, a radiation-blocking-NSA-proof phone case, sustainable toys, a hydrating super-seed product for aging populations, children and refugees and a stem cell collection device that empowers women to collect and store their own stem cells.

Chelsea envisions designers as agents of change and fundamentally believes in the cross-pollination of ideas, disciplines and resources, as well as the exciting, translational space where design converges with science. Her work has been featured at the MoMA Design Store, and publications include Wired, Popular Science, National Geographic, TIME, Oprah Magazine, Wall Street Journal, New York Times Magazine and Fast Company.

Chelsea is currently being incubated by The Centre for Social Innovation in New York City.

Design

Martina Keller

Owner

Keller Maurer Design

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Martina Keller

Owner

Keller Maurer Design

Martina Keller was born in 1971 and studied communication design in Augsburg, Germany. In 2002 she co-founded Keller Maurer Design in Munich.

Martina’s award-winning design touches a wide range of disciplines and media. Placing an emphasis on creativity, simplicity and clarity, Keller Maurer Design have a pragmatic outlook in finding intelligent design solutions that work. Martina has developed a reputation for work in graphic and book design, packaging and corporate identity with small and large clients from all fields. Martina gathered experience at the Lufthansa Corporate Design Department in Cologne. After moving to London in 1997 to work for Smith&Milton she joined the Intro design team in 1999.

Design

Hideto Yagi

Creative Director

Dentsu

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Hideto Yagi

Creative Director

Dentsu

Hideto Yagi graduated from the Tama Art University, and started his career in advertising at McCann Erickson Japan. He worked on both domestic and global accounts such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Xbox, Johnson & Johnson, and Panasonic. He then joined Dentsu in 2006, as art director and graphic designer, and expanded his playing field while working for clients including Uniqlo, Honda, Fuji Film, Kirin, and Nestlé.

Besides his day-to-day work, Hideto finds the time to work on his own artwork that involves paper craft, pencil drawings, and paintings. He often collaborates with clients to create art in the form of advertising. His exhibition for the cutter brand Olfa titled Cutter Art of Olfa was highly acclaimed. In 2012, he drew a series of exquisite and intense illustrations for an ad campaign by the stationery brand Staedtler, and put together another well-received exhibition which traveled to multiple locations in Japan.

Hideto is a winner of the coveted JAGDA New Designer Award, as well as Grand Prix at Adfest, gold awards at Cannes, Spikes Asia, LIA, and silver awards at ADC and Cannes Lions, among many others. He is also a member of the Japan Graphic Designers Association.

Design

Joelle Lau

Creative Director

NBCUniversal

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Joelle Lau

Creative Director

NBCUniversal

Joelle is a Creative Director for NBCUniversal, where she is a creative catalyst at the NBCUniversal Creative Group, a renowned internal agency, garnering multifarious industry awards for innovative approaches to entertainment advertising and brand strategy. Joelle’s creative development ranges from advertising, viral campaigns, branding, video, website development and consumer keyart to ad sales upfronts and events for NBC, NBC Sports & Olympics, NBC News and NBCUniversal.

Joelle’s panoply of skill sets, talent, acumen, and creative pixie-dust leverages brand awareness with impactful concepts and innovative design solutions, creating extraordinary advertising success for clients with unforgettable campaigns that influence and inspire a passion for pop culture brands. Joelle’s most discerning attribute is formulating the ability to inject client projects with art. Her reasons are grounded in optimizing brand messaging with visual innovation. In the corporate world, that’s a Houdini-like skill.

Joelle is founding principal of Ideologie, an entrepreneurial branding boutique, and in 2013 completed an environmental design installation featuring the life history of Magic Johnson for his executive offices. Other clients include global television, motion picture and music brands; VH1, Nickelodeon, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Sony Pictures, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Capitol Records, Warner Bros. Records, Hollywood Records and MCA Records.

Joelle previously worked for MTV Networks and CBS Television, and has dabbled in projects with Eyeball, Pittard Sullivan and Belief. Her work has been acknowledged by The Art Director’s Guild, PromaxBDA, AIGA’s Sound Off Exhibition, and Creativity.

Design

Veronique Vienne

Design Critic, Author

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Veronique Vienne

Design Critic, Author

A self-taught design critic, Véronique Vienne was a magazine art director in the USA when she began to write to better analyze and understand the work of the graphic designers, illustrators and photographers who collaborated with her.

Véronique has written extensively on lifestyle trends, design ethics, and business practices. She has edited, art-directed, and written essays for a number of design publications in the USA and in Europe (House & Garden, Emigré, Communication Arts, Eye, Graphis, Aperture, Metropolis, Etapes, Print, and more). Her monograph on the work of Chip Kidd was written in 2003 (Laurence King Publishing). Her latest book, 100 Ideas that Changed Graphic Design, co-authored with Steven Heller, has been translated in 10 languages.

Véronique now lives in France where she teaches in various art schools and conducts workshops on design criticism as a creative tool.

Design

Monique Gamache

Design Director, Partner

WAX partnership inc.

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Monique Gamache

Design Director, Partner

WAX partnership inc.

Monique Gamache has been drawing since age four — an unusual passion to pursue in a family of engineers and pharmacists. Trained at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design and having run her own successful design firm, Monique has always found herself drawn to telling stories through design. Being able to distill the complexity of a company or brand into a multidisciplinary design platform with a consistent voice is Monique’s strength. In other words she excels at telling the right story in the right place at the right time. Combining an artist’s sensibility with an engineer’s desire for order and structure, Monique is the complete design package. Her work has been recognized by Cannes, the Clios, D&AD, the One Show and the Type Directors Club among others.

 

Design

Chris Kline

Design Director

The Partners

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Chris Kline

Design Director

The Partners

Chris joined the New York studio of The Partners as a Design Director in 2013, bringing with him ten years of experience in branding and visual design.

Before joining The Partners, he was member of the Brand Development team at R/GA. Driven by the potential of digital capability, he worked with clients like Disney, Capital One, Verizon, Microsoft, AARP, and Walmart to create and evolve brand experiences.

Prior to that, Chris worked at Interbrand, where he created brand experiences for some of the world’s most prominent companies including Kellogg’s, Wrigley, Nintendo, Xerox, Thomson Reuters, AT&T, Childfund International, NYSE, and the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

Chris graduated from Iowa State University in 2004 with a BFA in Graphic Design. An Iowa boy at heart, he lives with his wife and two sons in Brooklyn, NY.