LIA reveals the 2015 jury members from Asia

Merriefield, Atitoshi, Bhardwaj.jpgJude, Wu, Fdi.jpgMangada, Oh, Rebeschini.jpgCheong, Farr, Lim.jpgLondon International Awards (LIA), one of the world's most prestigious international festivals with a mission to award creativity and the power of ideas has announced the 2015 Juries.

Judging will take place in Las Vegas from 1st October to 10th October and there will be thirteen jurors representing Asia within the eleven jury panels:

John Merrifield, Chief Creative Officer at Google Asia-Pacific, Singapore - Jury President for The NEW
Hideaki Aritoshi, Senior Creative Director at Dentsu Inc. Tokyo, Japan - TV/Cinema/Online Film jury
Prateek Bhardwaj, National Creative Director at McCann Erickson New Delhi, India - Integration jury
Eugene Cheong, Chief Creative Officer at Ogilvy & Mather Asia Pacific, Singapore - Print, Poster and Billboard jury
Mike Farr, Executive Creative Director at Weiden + Kennedy Tokyo, Japan - Digital jury
Ted Lim, Regional Chief Creative Officer at Dentsu Aegis Network APAC, Singapore -   Non-Traditional jury
Melvin Mangada, Managing Partner and Chief Creative Officer at TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno, Philippines - Print, Poster and Billboard jury
Kate Hyewon Oh, Executive Creative Director at Cheil Worldwide, Korea - Non-Traditional jury
Marcus Rebeschini, Chief Creative Officer, Asia at Y&R, Singapore - Integration jury
Jureeporn Thaidumrong, Creative Chairwoman and Founder at nudeJEH, Thailand -   Non-Traditional jury
Ronnie Wu, Group Creative Director at Y&R Beijing, China - Design and Package Design jury
Fadi Yaish, Executive Creative Director at Impact BBDO Dubai, UAE - Print, Poster and Billboard jury
Sheung Yan Lo_LR copy.jpgLo Sheung Yan, Chairman of APAC Creative Council at J. Walter Thompson Shanghai, China - TV/Cinema/Online Film jury

View the complete juries

Barbara Levy, President of LIA said, "The work from Asia has consistently exhibited the highest degree of creativity. It is only fit that we invite these high caliber creatives to judge LIA 2015. I must say that we are truly honoured to have such a prestigious group of creative talent travel such a long way to judge LIA's 30th Annual Awards. They will be tasked with viewing a massive number of entries and awarding creative excellence in their respective categories. Las Vegas will not be all fun and games! We are all looking forward to seeing what innovative ideas 2015 brings forth at LIA".

The 2015 London International Awards Jury Panels consist of a number of the industry's most respected names from over 25 different countries. Each jury will be brought to Las Vegas to judge on-site, starting with the first round and concluding with statue discussions. Every member on each jury panel, including the Jury President, judge all entries except their own work in their respective media without bias as to origin of work by country, company or individual. These panels decide on the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Statue Winners, as well as the Finalists. Each jury has the discretion to award a Grand LIA.

The LIA 2015 Entry System is now accepting entries. The Entry Deadline is the 30th June, please email info@liaawards.com if you require an extension. The shortlists will be announced as each judging session concludes, with winners being announced 10th November. For more information on submissions and eligibility please visit here.

1 Comments

Wotif said:

Eugene Cheong and John Merrifield together….lol...please be careful if organising a group portrait.

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