Rei Inamoto and Kate Stanners among judges for D&AD Awards

AKQA's Rei Inamoto, Saatchi & Saatchi's Kate Stanners and Ogilvy & Mather's Gerry Human are among the jury foreman for this year's D&AD Awards.

Kate Stanners: leads the radio jury at this year's D&AD Awards
Kate Stanners: leads the radio jury at this year's D&AD Awards

Stanners, the chief creative officer at Saatchi & Saatchi London, is the foreman of the radio jury; Inamoto, the worldwide chief creative officer at AKQA, will lead the mobile marketing jury and Human, the chief creative officer at Ogilvy & Mather London, is the foreman of the art direction jury.

Ted Royer, the chief creative officer at Droga5 New York, is the foreman of the film advertising jury, and Matt Batten, the chief creative officer at Wunderman UK, will chair the direct judging.

Harriet Devoy, the creative director at Apple European HQ, and Kai-lu Hsiung, the managing director at RSA/Black Dog Films London and Eric Kallman, the creative director and associate partner at Goodby Silverstein & Partners are also among the judges.

There are just two days left for creatives to enter the D&AD Awards before the deadline on 25 February at 11.59pm.

The judging will take place at The Old Truman Brewery in East London between 19 April and 23 April. The judging week will also be open to the public for the first time with an exhibition of the winning work.

Work eligible for entry needs to have been commercially released between 1 January 2014 and 28 February 2015, and produced in response to a genuine client brief. It also cannot have been entered before.

All the judges are featured on the D&AD site, along with more details about the awards and how to enter.

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