Winners announced for 2016 One To Watch

Screen Shot 2016-04-27 at 7.58.03 am.jpgThe One Show has revealed the winners for its 2016 One To Watch competition. This year's top creatives under 30 will be recognized at the One Show Friday night hosted by Ellie Kemper.

The eleven winners represent the most promising young creatives in the industry, including designers, art directors, digital creatives, copywriters and directors.

The winners are as follows:

·      Zipeng Zhu, designer
·      Chelsea Cumings, art director
·      Kim Nguyen, copywriter
·      Derek Harms, digital creative
·      Casey Schweikert, art director
·      Kelsie Clegg, art director
·      Casey Warren & Danielle Krieger, director
·      Carl Mallia, copywriter
·      Brock Kirby, copywriter
·      Dorian Lebherz, director
Says Kevin Swanepoel, CEO of The One Club: "One To Watch identifies the emerging creative stars in that growth period between three and five years after graduation and before becoming veterans in the industry. This is the best platform to showcase young creative talent and recognize their potential."

A jury of 36 creative leaders and entrepreneurs from 14 countries selected the winners on the strength of the portfolios submitted.

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