Campaign Photo: Awards

INTRODUCTION.

"Do you want to be the chairman of the Campaign Photo awards? You don't judge, you just have to settle any disputes should they arise."

Well, of course, I said yes. I went on to check out all of the judges (isn't the internet great?) and they seemed more than qualified to do the job.

I thought it would be a breeze.

I'm so glad that I was wrong.

Technical considerations aside, the most important element of a good photograph is its ability to elicit an emotional response from the viewer. It's got to move you in some way.

What made the session so lively, entertaining and educational was the obvious difference in everyone's particular cup of tea ... the thing that pressed their buttons.

Even though it was commercial photography that was being judged, the jurors were still looking for that indescribable special something.

And some individuals were moved to passionately plea for or against certain images (thanks especially to Mr Mark Reddy).

One thing that appeared to be agreed upon was the dislike of over-produced work. There was some pretty unsubtle stuff on display. Me, personally, I'm all for a photograph that's manipulated to look like an illustration but it's got to be a bloody good illustration.

There was also the concern that bolder stuff that polarises opinion is sometimes lost in a 1-10 marking system and that the more average work gets through. Given that, I think most of the good stuff came to the fore and got the recognition it deserved.

Did this year produce an iconic image that will live on for future decades? Probably not. Maybe that's the fault of the sadly diminishing importance of photography in advertising.

Hopefully, these awards will help to get the industry fluffed up again.

- Mark Denton, director and managing director, Coy! Communications - Chairman of the judges

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THE JUDGES

Chairman of the Judges - Mark Denton

Alex Bamford senior art director, Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R

With more than 20 years as an art director under his belt, Bamford has been moonlighting as a photographer, quite literally, for the past three years. Creeping out into the night, he shoots land and seascapes by the light of the full moon.

Ben Cole head of creative services and art buying, VCCP

Cole worked at HHCL - most famously on Tango and Pot Noodle - before joining VCCP when it was set up seven years ago. He has been in advertising for more than 20 years. Born in London, Cole lives in Tuffnell Park with his girlfriend, Tessa, and their children, Mo, Olive and Walter. He keeps chickens and drives an electric van.

Chantal Webber founder and director, Webber Represents

Webber established Webber Represents in 2001, handling some of London's finest photographers, with work spanning advertising, fashion and art. She opened an office in New York in 2006 and recently set up 167 Productions to represent photographers looking to direct the moving image. Webber lives with her two sons and partner in South-East London, and loves driving her camper van.

Daniel Lezano editor, Digital SLR Photography

Lezano is an enthusiast photographer, author and photography journalist of 15 years standing. In 2007, he co-founded Halo Publishing and launched Digital SLR Photography, which was acquired by Dennis Publishing in 2008. The magazine won Consumer Magazine of the Year at the Pixel Awards in 2009 and has been shortlisted for the PPA's 2010 Specialist Consumer Magazine of the Year.

Ed Webster creative development producer, 4Creative

Webster joined 4Creative in 2003. Since then, he has commissioned its photographic and illustration output, introducing several new talents to the country. He also produces the off-air work across Channel 4's portfolio of channels, as well as for external clients.

Elisabeth Hoff fashion photographer, Hoff Photography

As a successful London-based fashion, beauty and celebrity photographer, Hoff is privileged to be shooting for major advertising and magazine clients around the world. These include Garnier, Coca-Cola, Vogue, Rihanna and Naomi Campbell.

John Easterby course director, MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Easterby has produced numerous exhibitions with some great figures in photography, both as the director of archives at Magnum Photos and the head of the Independent Photographers Group. He continues to work on special exhibition projects alongside his current role.

Jonathan Worth freelance photographer

Worth's client list includes Rolling Stone, Vogue, GQ and The New York Times, and his work is on permanent collection at the National Portrait Gallery. In 2010, he was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Art for his work developing new business models for photographers using the social web.

Julian Broad photographer

Broad is one of the UK's most acclaimed photographers, famed for his portraits. He began as a teenage assistant to Ken Griffiths, Norman Parkinson, Snowdon and Bob Gothard. He has worked with most fashion/style magazines. Most recently, he completed album packages for Robbie Williams, Nick Cave and Mika, and shot Barbour's spring/summer campaign.

Laura Noble co-director, Diemar/Noble Photography, London

Noble is also the author of The Art Of Collecting Photography, has essays in several monographs, curates and lectures on all aspects of collecting and gallery practice worldwide. As an avid collector, she prides herself on discovering new talent and writes extensively on photography in numerous journals including Eyemazing, GUP, Foam, Snoeks, Next Level and LIP.

Louise de Ville Morel producer, Unconventional Productions

With 20 years' experience in styling and art direction, gained working in theatre, video and touring with major rock 'n' roll bands, de Ville Morel set up her own company, providing a full production service to the advertising industry. She regularly works with high-profile clients and award-winning international photographers on worldwide ad campaigns.

Ludwig Haskins writer/photographer/designer

Haskins grew up on the floor of a photographic studio, watching his father Sam Haskins produce his seminal books of the 60s. By the age of eight, he was designing sets and later formalised his training at the Slade in London. He now writes, takes photographs and manages Sam Haskins' archive.

Mark Reddy head of art, Bartle Bogle Hegarty

The multi-awarded Reddy worked in many agencies, including Saatchi & Saatchi and Doyle Dane Bernbach, before joining BBH in 2006. His has also been the creative director for Harvey Nichols and Heal's, and launched Tate Gallery Liverpool. A huge collector of early photography, glass, ceramics, Hawaiian ukuleles and much more, he sculpts, pots, makes things from wood and creates jewellery.

Mike Longhurst senior vice-president, business development EMEA, McCann Erickson

In a varied career with McCann, Longhurst has been the worldwide account director based in Germany, CEO of East African operations and a regional new-business director. As a photographer manque, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 2004 and regularly supplies photography for editorial and advertising use to Rex Features.

Philip Keevill creative director, Kitcatt Nohr Alexander Shaw

Keevill entered the advertising industry as an art director at J Walter Thompson. In a career spanning 30 years, his work has won many industry awards. He has been a creative director at four agencies, including his own. In 2008, he was a judge of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards.

Rhiannon Davies commercial manager, advertising and corporate, Magnum Photos

Originally from Bristol and a marketing and management background, Davies returned to education to study photography as a mature student. She has worked at the world-renowned artists' co-operative Magnum Photos for five years, heading up both assignments and stock sales for the London office territories.

Sara Rumens lifestyle picture editor, Grazia

After voluntary work in Sudan, a geography degree and post-graduate studies in photojournalism, Rumens took a job at Interview Magazine in New York. She returned to a seven-year stint as the editorial manager at Magnum Photos before joining Grazia at its 2004 launch.

Seamus O'Cleary photographers' agent, Bonakdar Cleary

After training as a lawyer, O'Cleary decided to follow his main passion: photography. In 12 years as an agent, he has represented a diverse range of talented photographers. In 2004, he and colleague Tara Bonakdar set up their own agency.

Tim Paton founder, Balcony Jump

After ten years as a photographer for NME, Paton set up the Balcony Jump photographic agency in 1997. Initially, he represented music photographers but that quickly moved on to advertising and fashion. To his amazement, Balcony Jump is still going and is now firmly placed at the centre of the UK photo industry.

Warren Williams founding partner, Stanley's Post

Williams began in advertising 30 years ago, when retouching was done by hand. He worked his way up through various post-production houses, and from dyes and bleaches to Paintbox and, now, Photoshop. He loves cooking Indian food and singing. While his cooking is very good, his singing is very poor.

Wayne Ford design director, Haymarket Business Media

Ford oversees the creative direction of brands such as Campaign, Finance Asia, Marketing and Management Today in London and Hong Kong. His work has received international recognition and appeared in numerous books, exhibitions, annuals and magazines. He is a member of D&AD and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

- It's refreshing to see that in this 360-degree, integrated, online, interactive, attention-deficient, info-saturated communications business, a powerful photograph can still be the most effective solution - Mike Longhurst, senior vice-president, business development EMEA, McCann Erickson; Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society

- The Most Powerful Image winner is an undeniably accomplished and classy piece of work. My only question being: is it a bit too polished, in a way that keeps you from believing the emotion? Just a question - Mark Denton, director and managing director, Coy! Communications; chairman of the judges

- Advertising photography is wrestling with immediate values, style, aspirations and even civic duty. In the process, it is also capturing the zeitgeist in a way that, as always, will only be fully appreciated with the passage of time - Ludwig Haskins, writer/photographer/designer

- At the end of the day, you can have as many digital tools at your disposal as you like, but if you don't have talent and vision, they are not going to help you create fabulous images - Elisabeth Hoff, fashion photographer, Hoff Photography

- Whether it's fine-art photography or commissions for campaigns, I'm looking for images that take your breath away. These are the shots you remember, regardless of the reason they were taken, and there's no reason that advertising photography shouldn't be this way too - Rhiannon Davies, commercial manager, advertising and corporate, Magnum Photos

- In charity advertising, it's very easy to be sensational and it's dead easy to be negative. You need to try to create a voice in a way that's positive - Mark Reddy, head of art, Bartle Bogle Hegarty

- A great advertising photograph transcends pure craft, to deliver an emotional and physical response - Wayne Ford, design director, Haymarket Business Media

- A lot of imagery we're sold relies on a commentary drawn from documentary practice. When you employ a documentary language, you'd damn well better live up to it - Jonathan Worth, photographer

- To me, advertising photography is a really difficult form of photography. Not only is the photographer interpreting someone else's idea, but every detail of the image is scrutinised by the ad agency and the client. When it works, it can be brilliant, but the process is fraught with danger - Tim Paton, founder, Balcony Jump

- Brilliant advertising photography should play on our emotions, our deepest desires, our aspirations - Sara Rumens, lifestyle picture editor, Grazia

- It doesn't have to be totally original. It just has to be damn good - Ludwig Haskins, writer/photographer/designer

GOLD AWARD - MOST POWERFUL IMAGE - WINNER
Title: Knife Crime
Photographer: Alex Telfer
Brand: Knife Crime
Entered by: Alex Telfer Photography
Creative agency: Blue River
Creative: Anthony Cantwell
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Kingsland Church Studios, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Brief: The effects that knife crime has on the victims' families

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - WINNER
Title: Alcohol Know Your Limits
Photographer: Jason Hindley
Brand: Home Office
Entered by: Jason Hindley
Creative agency: VCCP London
Creative team: Mark Orbine (creative director), Dave Tokley, Richard
Yates (art directors), Anthony Stamp, Matt Gilbert (writers)
Retouchers: Stanley's Post, Happy Finish
Location: London
Brief: The "would you?" print campaign illustrates a series of
situations that people would not do while sober, but would feasibly do
when drunk. It aims for people to think twice about the risky situations
they get themselves into while under the influences of alcohol

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - WINNER
Title: "Brave"
Photographer: Kiran Master
Brand: Shire
Entered by: Kiran Master
Creative agency: Seiden
Creative: Steve Feinberg
Retoucher: Core Digital
Location: New York
Brief: Show the face of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder)
through portraits that are simple, almost austere, but which radiate an
inner dignity. No attempt to manipulate emotions or promise outcomes,
only to make a human connection that links quietly to isolation, tension
and exclusion

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Title: Worried
Photographer: Henrik Knudsen
Brand: Department of Health
Entered by: Henrik Knudsen Photography
Creative agency: MCBD
Creative team: Danny Brooke-Taylor (creative director), Ken Hoggins (art
director), Louise Tummon, Sharon O'Connell (art buyers)
Retoucher: Act Two-Um
Location: London
Brief: The campaign shows teenagers who worry about their parents'
smoking habits. Although each has his or her own everyday problems such
as spots, friends that don't text back or lack of skill in the
skateboard park, their real worry is that their parents are going to die
from smoking

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - FINALIST
Title: The Travellers
Photographer: Alex Telfer
Brand: Gallery Stock
Entered by: Alex Telfer Photography
Creative agency: Gallery Stock
Creative: Stewart Mungeam
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Appleby Horse Fair/Craghead, County Durham

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - FINALIST
Title: Glacier Atlas
Photographer: Klaus Thymann
Brand: Project Pressure
Entered by: SQUASH'EM
Creative agency: Project Pressure
Creative team: n/a
Retoucher: n/a
Location: Argentina, Ecuador, Iceland, US

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - FINALIST
Title: Ghosts
Photographer: Simon Harsent
Brand: WWF
Entered by: Monkey One LLC (Simon Harsent Photography)
Creative agency: Leo Burnett
Creative team: Andy DiLallo, Jay Benjamin (executive creative
directors), Kieran Antill (art director), Michael Canning (writer)
Retoucher: Cream Studios
Location: Newfoundland, Australia, North America

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - FINALIST
Title: Air
Photographer: Stuart Hall
Brand: Corp inv
Entered by: Stuart Hall Photography
Creative agency: Corp
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: In-house
Location: n/s

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN COLOUR - FINALISTS
Title: Born Free Homeless Animals
Photographer: George Logan
Brand: Born Free Foundation
Entered by: George Logan Photography
Creative agency: WCRS
Creative team: Katy Hopkins (art director), Steve Hawthorne (writer)
Retoucher: Dave Jewell
Location: London

Title: COI Organ Donation
Photographer: Leon Steele
Brand: NHS
Entered by: Leon Steele Photography
Creative agency: Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO
Creative team: Pete Davies (art director), Andy Rimmer (writer), Sue
O'Dell (styling), Bill Turpin (prosthetic make-up), Robyn Knight
(make-up and hair)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Shoreditch

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN BLACK & WHITE - WINNER
Title: Life Lost
Photographer: Nadav Kander
Brand: St John Ambulance
Entered by: Bartle Bogle Hegarty
Creative agency: Bartle Bogle Hegarty
Creative team: Adrian Rossi (creative director/art director), Alex
Grieve (creative director/writer), Victoria Daltry (art director), Will
Bingham (writer)
Retouchers: Antony Crossfield, Gary Mead, BBH
Location: London studio
Brief: Create natural portraits but with an unsettling quality so that
when reading the copy you re-appraise the portraits and realise that
they are not alive or sleeping but, in fact, dead

GOLD AWARD - MULTI-IMAGE CAMPAIGN BLACK & WHITE - FINALIST
Title: Stryker
Photographer: Andy Green
Brand: Stryker
Entered by: Andy Green
Creative agency: O&M Healthworld
Creative team: Ed Bones (art director), Selwyn Learner (writer)
Retoucher: Lorna Barran
Location: Studio

PHOTO LIBRARY - WINNER
Title: Red Road
Photographer: George Logan
Entered by: George Logan Photography
Briefed by: Corbis
Retouchers: Dave Jewell, Happy Finish
Location: Red Roads flats, Glasgow
Brief: A series of otherwordly images with biblical undertones, set
against the backdrop of the Red Road flats in Glasgow

PHOTO LIBRARY - FINALIST
Title: The Road
Photographer: Chris Frazer Smith
Entered by: Chris Frazer Smith Photography
Briefed by: Gallery Stock
Retoucher: In-house
Location: n/s

ALCOHOLIC DRINKS - WINNER
Title: The Perfect Surge
Photographer: Jeremy Hudson
Brand: Guinness
Entered by: Carolyn Trayler Agency
Creative agency: Jones Knowles Ritchie
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: n/s
Location: London
Brief: Shoot the surge from Guinness on Tap into a glass to create a
natural abstract formation of Guinness

ALCOHOLIC DRINKS - FINALISTS
Title: Crest
Photographer: Peter Lippmann
Brand: Chivas Regal
Entered by: Carolyn Trayler Agency
Creative agency: Euro RSCG London
Creative team: Glen Gibbins (creative director), Phil Beaumont (art
director)
Retoucher: n/s
Location: Paris

Title: Gosch!
Photographer: Martin Wonnacott
Brand: Grolsch
Entered by: Cake-Factory
Creative agency: The Leith Agency
Creative Mikey Kinlan (art director)
Retoucher Steve Keene, TAG New York
Location: London

AUTOMOTIVE, AEROSPACE & MARINE - WINNER
Title: Land Rover Goggles
Photographer: Andy Green
Brand: Land Rover
Entered by: Andy Green
Creative agency: Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R
Creative team: Tim Brook (art director), Phil Foster (writer)
Retoucher: Lorna Barran
Location: Italy, Stelvio Pass
Brief: Show the four-wheel-drive's winter use

AUTOMOTIVE, AEROSPACE & MARINE - FINALISTS
Title: VW Golf Bluemotion "Briquettes"
Photographer: David Harriman
Brand: Volkswagen
Entered by: David Harriman Photography
Creative agency: DDB London
Creative team: Rob Messeter (art director), Mike Crowe (writer), Grant
Parker (head of art), Helen McEwan (art buyer)
Retoucher: Greg Chapman, Source London
Location: Hertfordshire, England

Title: 280
Photographer: Andy Glass
Brand: Association of American Railroad
Entered by: Andy Glass
Creative agency: Ogilvy
Creative: Leah Shival (art director)
Retoucher: Saddington and Baynes
Location: California, USA

Title: 436
Photographer: Andy Glass
Brand: Association of American Railroad
Entered by: Andy Glass
Creative agency: Ogilvy
Creative: Leah Shival (art director)
Retoucher: Saddington and Baynes
Location: California, USA

Title: Hyundai
Photographer: John Offenbach
Brand: Hyundai
Entered by: John Offenbach Photography
Creative agency: INNOCEAN
Creative team: Frauke Tiemann
Retoucher: n/s
Location: Los Angeles, USA

CHARITY & PUBLIC SERVICE - WINNER
Title: We Suffer. So Children Don't Have To
Photographer: Jonathan Cole
Brand: Action Medical Research
Entered by: Jonathan Cole Photography
Creative agency: EHS 4D
Creative team: Nigel Clifton (creative director), Ben Gough (creative)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: The Lake District
Brief: Capture the grittiness, loneliness and suffering of the cyclist.
Whet the appetite of those riders who are up to the demands of these
immense cycle challenges from the children's charity Action Medical
Research

CHARITY & PUBLIC SERVICE - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Title: Montana Meth Project "Prostitute"
Photographer: David Harriman
Brand: Montana Meth Project
Entered by: David Harriman Photogaphy
Creative agency: Venables Bell & Partners, San Francisco
Creative Brandon Sides (art director)
Retoucher Martin Smith, Loupe Imaging
Location: Los Angeles, California
Brief: Show a girl's decline into prostitution through crystal meth
addiction

CHARITY & PUBLIC SERVICE - FINALISTS
Title: We Suffer. So Children Don't Have To
Photographer: Jonathan Cole
Brand: Action Medical Research
Entered by: Jonathan Cole Photography
Creative agency: EHS 4D
Creative team: Nigel Clifton (creative director), Ben Gough (creative)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: The Lake District

Title: We Suffer. So Children Don't Have To
Photographer: Jonathan Cole
Brand: Action Medical Research
Entered by: Jonathan Cole Photography
Creative agency: EHS 4D
Creative team: Nigel Clifton (creative director), Ben Gough (creative)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: The Lake District

Title: Dirty Mouth
Photographer: Martin Brent
Brand: HM Customs/NHS
Entered by: Martin Brent
Creative agency: Seal Communications
Creative team: Phil Birchall (art director), Robyn Knight (stylist and
make-up)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: n/a

FASHION & BEAUTY - WINNER
Title: Land Girls
Photographer: Mark Westerby
Brand: Princesshay
Entered by: Mark Westerby
Creative agency: Alcazar
Creative: Antonio Bachini (creative director)
Retoucher: n/a
Location: Northumberland
Brief: The brief was to produce fashion images inspired by the Women's
Land Army who worked on the farms and land during the Second World War

FASHION & BEAUTY - FINALISTS
Title: Snow Prints
Photographer: Julian Wolkenstein
Brand: Lynx
Entered by: Wolkenstien Pty
Creative agency: Bartle Bogle Hegarty
Creative team: Dominic Goldman (creative director), Adam Thompson (art
director), Dan Glover-James (writer)
Retoucher: Gary Meade
Location: London

Title: Land Girls
Photographer: Mark Westerby
Brand: Princesshay
Entered by: Mark Westerby
Creative agency: Alcazar
Creative: Antonio Bachini (creative director)
Retoucher: n/a
Location: Northumberland

Title: Volvo Safe And Style
Photographer: Charney Magri
Brand: Volvo/Massimo Dutti
Entered by: Arabian Eye
Creative agency: Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai
Creative team: Till Hohmann (executive creative director), Preethi
Mariappan, Ramzi Moutran (creative directors), Satyen Adhikari, Mel
Harvey (senior art directors), Melanie Clancy (writer)
Retoucher: Jean-Paul van der Mescht, Still Image
Location: Dubai, UAE

Title: Style Sense
Photographer: Andric
Brand: Style Sense
Entered by: Shadow & Shadow
Creative agency: Sid Lee, Montral
Creative team: Eva Van Den Bulcke (creative director), Josee Martineau
(art director), Martine Amyotte (art buyer)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Andric Studio, Toronto, Canada

FINANCIAL, CORPORATE & UTILITIES - WINNER
Title: Love Type
Photographer: Sean de Sparengo
Brand: Andy Dymock
Entered by: Coy! Communications
Creative agency: Coy! Communications
Creative team: Mark Denton (creative director), Jerry Gallaher (art
director), Simon Morris (writer), Andy Dymock (typographer)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: London
Brief: Andy Dymock is one of adland's most famous typographers. He's
well known for the award-winning work he's created in support of the
Creative Circle. The requirement was to create a sponsorship ad for
Dymock that would appear in the 2009 Creative Circle annual and promote
his skills to the advertising community. The resulting image was
intended to be a heightened dramatisation of his passion for typography

FINANCIAL, CORPORATE & UTILITIES - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Title: Creative Circle President
Photographer: Sean & Ben
Brand: Coy! Communications
Entered by: Coy! Communications
Creative agency: Coy! Communications
Creative team: Mark Denton (creative director/art director), Sara
Cummins (producer)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: London
Brief: The image was required as part of a direct mail campaign
reminding creatives that Mark Denton was no longer the president of the
Creative Circle, and therefore more readily available to shoot
commercials. The printed material went on to be tied to a rubber brick
and then dispatched to all of London's leading creatives

FINANCIAL, CORPORATE & UTILITIES - FINALISTS
Title: Creative Circle Acolyte
Photographers: Sean & Ben
Brand: Coy! Communications
Entered by: Coy! Communications
Creative agency: Coy! Communications
Creative team: Mark Denton (creative director), Sara Cummins (producer)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: London

Title: Rushes Turd
Photographer: Sean de Sparengo
Brand: Rushes Post-Production
Entered by: Coy! Communications
Creative agency: Coy! Communications
Creative team: Mark Denton (creative director), Paul Angus (art
director), Ted Heath (writer), Andy Dymock (typographer)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: London

Title: Tim
Photographer: Alex Telfer
Brand: Nigel Wright Recruitment
Entered by: Alex Telfer Photography
Creative agency: Nigel Wright Recruitment
Creative: Nigel Wright
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Kingsland Church Studios, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Title: Apartments III
Photographer: Chris Frazer Smith
Brand: Global Banking
Entered by: Chris Frazer Smith Photography
Creative agency: HSBC
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: In-house
Location: n/s

Title: Millennium Bridge
Photographer: Julia Fullerton-Batten
Brand: Neo Bankside
Entered by: Julia Fullerton-Batten
Creative agency: Identity
Creative Simon Robertson (creative director)
Retoucher: n/s
Location: London

GOVERNMENT (NATIONAL & LOCAL) - WINNER
Title: Knife Crime
Photographer: Alex Telfer
Brand: Knife Crime
Entered by: Alex Telfer Photography
Creative agency: Blue River
Creative: Anthony Cantwell
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Kingsland Church Studios, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Brief: The effects that knife crime has on victims' families

GOVERNMENT (NATIONAL & LOCAL) - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Title: An Airgun Isn't A Toy
Photographer: Alex Telfer
Brand: Safer Scotland
Entered by: Alex Telfer Photography
Creative agency: Newhaven Communications
Creative Rufus Wedderburn
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Kingsland Church Studios, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Brief: Studio portraits highlighting the importance of airgun safety

GOVERNMENT (NATIONAL & LOCAL) - FINALISTS
Title: Don't Advertise Your Stuff To Thieves
Photographer: Jason Hindley
Brand: Home Office
Entered by: Jason Hindley
Creative agency: Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R
Creative team: Danielle Noel (art director/writer), Thom Whitaker
(writer/art director)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Kent

Title: Diving 1
Photographer: Adrian Myers
Brand: The British Army - Camouflage magazine
Entered by: Adrian Myers
Creative agency: Haymarket Publishing
Creative John Butterworth (art director)
Retoucher: Joe Thomas, Joe Thomas.com
Location: Aldershot, England

GROCERY, SOFT DRINKS & HOUSEHOLD - WINNER
Title: A Little Bit Tasty
Photographer: Nigel Harniman
Brand: Mars
Entered by: Nigel Harniman Photographer
Creative agency: Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO
Creative team: Richard Dennison, Markham Smith (creative directors),
Simon Pedersen (art buyer)
Retoucher: Air CGI
Location: Brighton
Brief: Shoot a typical English summertime Location with models - the
female model to look glamorous and appealing to the target market, the
male models to be slightly awestruck at the ice-cream girl and her
fantasy ice-cream van. Shoot the backplate & HDRI environment with the
models to make them work convincingly with the CGI ice-cream van, along
with the CGI of the vehicle and creative retouch in-house

GROCERY, SOFT DRINKS & HOUSEHOLD - FINALISTS
Title: Renew You
Photographer: Zena Holloway
Brand: Radox
Entered by: JayGrey
Creative agency: JayGrey
Creative team: Jay Furby (creative director/writer), David White (art
director)
Retouchers: Zena Holloway, Marcus Thyer
Location: London

Title: Dancing Orange
Photographer: Peter Lippmann
Brand: Minute Maid
Entered by: Carolyn Trayler Agency
Creative agency: Marcel Rebublique, Paris
Creative Nicholas Chauvin (art director)
Retoucher: n/s
Location: Paris

HEALTH & PHARMACEUTICAL - WINNER
Title: Great Expectations
Photographer: Alex Telfer
Brand: Prostap
Entered by: Alex Telfer Photography
Creative agency: Pan Advertising
Creative Arron O'Hare
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Cambois, Blyth, Northumberland
Brief: Prostrap, a prostrate cancer treatment drug, can extend a man's
life expectancy. The shot highlights a man with a new lease of life with
great expectations

HEALTH & PHARMACEUTICAL - FINALISTS
Title: Strong But Gentle
Photographer: Jan Steinhilber
Brand: Locoid
Entered by: Woolley Pau
Creative agency: Woolley Pau
Creative team: Dean Woolley (creative director), Eric Houseknecht
(senior art director), Arndt von Hoff (model-maker)
Retoucher: Dick de Groot, Zerone, Hamburg
Location: Hamburg, Germany

Title: Bayer Dog
Photographer: Chris Frazer Smith
Brand: Bayer
Entered by: Chris Frazer Smith Photography
Creative agency: Zone Marketing
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: In-house
Location: n/s

Title: COI Organ Donation
Photographer: Leon Steele
Brand: NHS
Entered by: Leon Steele Photography
Creative agency: Media Moguls
Creative team: Anja Raheja (art director), Sue O'Dell (styling), Bill
Turpin (prosthetic make-up), Robyn Knight (make-up and hair)
Retoucher: George Mcleod, Jon Hempstead Retouching
Location: Shoreditch

Title: COI Organ Donation
Photographer: Leon Steele
Brand: NHS
Entered by: Leon Steele Photography
Creative agency: Media Moguls
Creative team: Anja Raheja (art director), Sue O'Dell (styling), Bill
Turpin (prosthetic make-up), Robyn Knight (make-up and hair)
Retoucher: George Mcleod, Jon Hempstead Retouching
Location: Shoreditch

IT & TECHNOLOGY - WINNER
Title: What's Everyone Tweeting About - Night
Photographer: Gary Burchell
Brands: Sony Ericsson/Twitter/3
Entered by: Gary Burchell Photography
Creative agency: Iris Nation
Creative team: Neale Horrigan (art director), Leigh Wallace (writer)
Retoucher: Mark Henry, Stanley's Post
Location: Barcelona
Brief: Produce naturalistic street scenes with the protagonists' heads
replaced with birds' heads. This was a night shot. The street scene and
people were lit with flash. The birds' heads were shot in the studio and
transposed on the main image

IT & TECHNOLOGY - FINALIST
Title: What's Everyone Tweeting About - Day
Photographer: Gary Burchell
Brands: Sony Ericsson/Twitter/3
Entered by: Gary Burchell Photography
Creative agency: Iris Nation
Creative team: Neale Horrigan (art director), Leigh Wallace (writer)
Retoucher: Mark Henry, Stanley's Post
Location: Barcelona

MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT - WINNER
Title: Bear
Photographer: Stuart Hall
Brand: Snob
Entered by: Stuart Hall Photography
Creative agency: Lean Mean Fighting Machine
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: n/s
Location: n/s
Brief: n/s

MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Title: Jamie's America
Photographer: F Scott Schafer
Brand: Penguin
Entered by: 4Creative
Creative agency: 4Creative
Creative team: Joseph Ernst (art director), Keeley Pratt (producer), Ed
Webster (art buyer)
Retoucher: James Lucas, Tag Creative
Location: Holborn Studios
Brief: As a humourous way of illustrating different parts of American
culture, shoot Jamie Oliver as all five members of the Village People

MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT - FINALISTS
Title: Adoption Season
Photographer: Mark Zibert
Brand: Channel 4
Entered by: 4Creative
Creative agency: 4Creative
Creative team: Joseph Ernst (art director), James Lucas, Ed Webster
(producers)
Retoucher: James Lucas, Tag Creative
Location: Merton high street

Title: Sony Twilight Football
Photographer: Pedro Alvarez
Brand: Sony
Entered by: Black Dog Represents
Creative agency: Fallon Lonon
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: n/s
Location: Argentina

Title: Great British Food Fight
Photographer: Rick Giles
Brand: Channel 4
Entered by: 4Creative
Creative agency: 4Creative
Creative team: Joseph Ernst (art director), Ed Webster (producer)
Retoucher: James Lucas, Tag Creative
Location: Lea Valley Athletics Centre

Title: Cold War
Photographer: Andrzej Dragan
Brand: Race To The Pole
Entered by: The Outfit and Sons
Creative agency: The Outfit
Creative team: Niall Murdoch, Charlie Read (creative directors), Jane
Atkinson, Matt Hazell, Ed Webster (creatives), Adam Shutler (designer)
Retoucher: Andrzej Dragan
Location: Mum & Dad Studios, London

SPORT - WINNER
Title: Rugby Player
Photographer: Alex Telfer
Brand: Freelander
Entered by: Alex Telfer Photography
Creative agency: Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R
Creative team: Dan Hubert and Amber Casey
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Touch Studios, London
Brief: Produce an image that promotes VIP days at England's Six Nations
rugby matches. The aim of the project was to show a portrait of a
beaten-up, hard-edged rugby player. The gritty nature of the image was
counteracted with his headband, which is a bowtie.

SPORT - FINALIST
Title: The Beast Is In The Stable
Photographer: Antonis Engrafou
Brand: Supercars
Entered by: Antonis Photography
Creative agency: Supercars Club
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: n/s
Location: n/s

TRAVEL & LEISURE - WINNER
Title: See The Tennis Stars Of Yesteryear
Photographer: David Stewart
Brand: Intercasino
Entered by: David Stewart Photography
Creative agency: Isobel
Creative team: Rob Fletcher, Dave Alexander (creative directors), Pete
Gosselin (art director), Jay Hunt (writer)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Cowden, Kent
Brief: Produce an exact pastiche of the famous 70s "tennis girl" poster,
but 30 years later

TRAVEL & LEISURE - FINALISTS
Title: National Express Spring/Summer
Photographer: Nigel Davies
Brand: National Express
Entered by: Nigel Davies Photography
Creative agency: TBWA\London
Creative team: Al Young (creative director), Julia Taylor (art
director), Nina Marrochia (producer)
Retoucher: In-house
Location: Berkshire

Title: Egg And Beans
Photographer: Patrice de Villiers
Brand: Eurostar
Entered by: Carolyn Trayler Agency
Creative agency: Euro BETC
Creative team: n/s
Retoucher: n/s
Location: n/s

Campaign would like to thank the following partners for their generous support of the Campaign Photo Awards

- Blurb
- BMA Model Management
- Digital SLR Magazine
- Jasmine Studios
- Stanley's Post Limited

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