The Singapore Creative Circle Awards have released three additional winners that were not acknowledged at the presentation last week

Gong.jpgThe organizers of the recent Gong 2012 Singapore Creative Circle Awards have apologised for mistakenly omitting a few award winners and wish to acknowledge the following entries:

  • Bronze Award for Best Sound - Singapore Navy Waves - Song Zu (Damian Waddell)
  • Silver Award for Best Original Score - SingTel Mio Moments - Song Zu (Ramesh Sathiah)
  • One Silver and two Bronze Awards for Photography - 3M Post-It-Flags: Sea/Forest/City - Nemesis Pictures (Jeremy Wong)
The full listing is as follows:

1) TV & Filmic Craft Awardees
H11 Best Sound
Entry Title: Singapore Navy Waves
Bronze

Production Company
SongZu - Damian Waddell, Sound Designer
Agency - Y & R Singapore

2) TV & Filmic Craft Awardees
H12 Best Original Score
Entry Title: SingTel Mio Moments
Silver

Production Company
SongZu - Ramesh Sathiah, Composer
Agency - Arcade

3) Print Craft Awardees
A58 Photography
Entry Title: 3M Post-It-Flags-Sea; 3M Post-It-Flags-Forest; 3M Post-It-Flags-City
Photographer & Studio
Nemesis Pictures (Jeremy Wong)
Agency - DDB Group Singapore

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