Daily Diary - Picture Gallery: Big Awards 2012

Campaign celebrated its Big Awards 2012 in style last week at Grosvenor House.

  • AMV

    AMV

  • Joe thomas and Russell Ramsey

    Joe thomas and Russell Ramsey

  • Jimmy Carr

    Jimmy Carr

  • Adam & Eve/DDB

    Adam & Eve/DDB

  • Nick Gill

    Nick Gill

  • Nil Lenord

    Nil Lenord

  • Lucy Jameson

    Lucy Jameson

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    ZX9W4033.jpg

  • Table shot

    Table shot

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    ZX9W3954.jpg

  • Claire Beale

    Claire Beale

  • Ben Priest

    Ben Priest

  • Emer Stamp

    Emer Stamp

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    ZX9W4008.jpg

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    ZX9W4327.jpg

  • Ogilvyone

    Ogilvyone

  • Dave Trott

    Dave Trott

  • Pearman, Arnold and Woodfood

    Pearman, Arnold and Woodfood

  • Pearman and Woodford

    Pearman and Woodford

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    ZX9W4131.jpg

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  • AKQA

    AKQA

  • James Murphy

    James Murphy

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We take a look at the highs and some people's lows throughout the evening, which saw agencies such as BBH, AMV BBDO and Adam & Eve/DDB scoop top awards.

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