BBH host Portfolio Night 8 in Singapore

SpeedReviewing.jpgHosted by BBH Asia Pacific, Portfolio Night proved to be yet another successful event for the industry  - bringing fresh blood and passion to the creative world.
Armed with portfolios ranging from copy and design, to digital art, budding students and young industry players eagerly met Singapore's top rated Creative Directors for the once in a lifetime chance to get invaluable feedback on their work.
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An air of anticipation filled the air at this years PN8 venue - the befitting arts hub of Old School, as both CD's and young creatives shared an equal enthusiasm to begin the exchange of creative work and ideas.
 "We get so caught up in our busy day to day lives of advertising, it is brilliant  to see the  student's pure, undiluted bright-eyed passion for what we do. It's not us, but what they bring that makes Portfolio Night what it is " said Peter Callaghan, Creative Director at BBH Asia Pacific.


Anonymous said:

I see one sweaty armpit student there!

Anonymous said:

Wow. The pressure must've been really on. Check out the pits on the guy in the grey.
He's sweating like a rapist!

Anonymous said:

Wow, Mark Fong look really stressed going through the student's book. LOL

Anonymous said:

I can see at least two CDs who should be sitting at the other side of the table.

Tom said:

Oh look its a bunch of print muppets guiding tomorrows stars ... we need change we need it now

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