Fun and games (and awards) at D&AD

Droga5_table.jpgD&AD put on a great evening in London last night for the presentation of their annual awards. The Roundhouse in Camden prove an excellent venue for the awards, which attracted nearly 800 people including several Campaign Brief friends from Asia, New York and Sydney.
Congratulations to Droga5 for their amazing performance - Dave Droga, Ted Royer, Ben Nott and Duncan Marshall were all there to accept the awards and CB nearly managed to steal all their Pencils! (see picture below). It was also a big night for Ronald Ng from BBDO Malaysia who was there to accept his award for their already highly awarded Jeep work. Saatchi Sydney ECD Steve Back and CD Dave Bowman were there to accept a Yellow Pencil for the "UN Voices Project". Special mention to former O&M Singapore digital guru Dominic Goldman who picked up a Yellow Pencil for the brilliant Barnardo's "Break the Cycle" campaign he created at BBH London. Also at the awards was Ogilvy worldwide ECD Tham Khai Meng, who was hanging out with some of the big names of the London industry including Jeremy Craigen (DDB), Rosie Arnold (BBH) and Graham Fink.
Here are some of the pics from the CB camera.
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Anonymous said:

Great for you Ronald. Great for Malaysia!

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