Top media and creative names complete Art of Outdoor judging line-up

Senior creative, media and outdoor executives, including Starcom Mediavest's Steve Parker and Rapport's Roy Jeans, comprise the full judging line up for Ocean Outdoor's Art of Outdoor digital competition, which has extended its closing date to 14 September.

Top media and creative names complete Art of Outdoor judging line-up

The Art of Outdoor competition, in association with Brand Republic, aims to recognise the challenging the UK’s creative community to produce the most innovative digital outdoor advertising, including full motion, subtle motion and interactivity.

Entries need to be submitted by 14 September.

The judges that comprise the panel of 10 are: Steve Parker, managing director of Starcom Mediavest; Roy Jeans, chief executive of Rapport; Glen Wilson, managing director of Posterscope; Pavlos Themistocleous, head of digital creative at OgilvyOne; and Craig Morgan, innovation director at Grey London.

Completing the line-up are: Andy Fowler, executive creative director of Brothers and Sisters; digital commentator Adrian Cotterill, editor of the out of home industry publication Daily DOOH; Carolyn Nugent, head of digital, UK, Kinetic; Rich Sutcliffe, digital development director at Haymarket Business Media; and Ocean Outdoor CEO Tim Bleakley.

Richard Malton, Ocean marketing director, said: "The collective knowledge of our expert jury spans every area of the advertising business and allows for a balanced and reasoned critique for each and every entry."

Along with the chance to have their work viewed by these leading industry specialists, creatives have the opportunity to win a share of a £250,000 prize fund and their entries showcased across four of Ocean’s most iconic digital locations – Eat Street @ Westfield, Holland Park Roundabout, Two Towers East and Two Towers West.

The panel will judge a top 10 of the entries and the winners will be announced at a breakfast awards ceremony to be held at the IMax cinema on Thursday 11 October.

The competition deadline has been extended to September 14. To enter, visit


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