Twelve creatives from Asia selected to join juries for D&AD Awards: Dentsu Taiwan's Alice Chou to head Branded Content & Entertainment jury

alice chou_dentsu taiwan.jpgD&AD has announced its lineup of Jury Presidents and Judges for its 2019 Awards. This year, twelve from Asia have been selected to join the juries - including Alice Chou, Chief Creative Officer at Dentsu Taiwan who has been named Jury President of the Branded Content & Entertainment jury.

The twelve representatives from Asia are:

Melvyn Lim, Co-Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy & Mather Singapore.
Ryoko Nagamatsu, Art Director, HaakuhodoTokyo.
Alice Chou, CCO, Dentsu Taiwan - Jury President (pictured left).
Naomi Yamamoto, Chief Creative Officer, at Shiseido Global Headquartered in Japan.
Shuchi Thakur, Executive Creative Director, Wieden + Kennedy Delhi.
Lili Jiang, Group Creative Director, Cheil Hong Kong.
Kyoko Yonezawa, Creative Technologist, Dentsu Tokyo.
Richard Yu, Chief Creative Officer & China Network Creative Consultant, ADK Taiwan (pictured below).
Atsuki Kikuc, Founder and Graphic Designer, Atsuki  Kikuchi Japan.
Sel Suglyama, Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather Japan.
Vivian Yong, ECD, Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai.
Jacqui Li, CEO, Havas Group Singapore.
For 57 years D&AD Awards has highlighted and celebrated creative excellence in creativity, annually inviting over 250 of the world's greatest creative practitioners to judge the year's finest work. The D&AD Awards Ceremony takes place on the final day of the three-day D&AD Festival, which returns 21 - 23 May 2019 at The Old Truman Brewery, London. 

Richard Yu_2018.jpgFor this year's Awards, D&AD has introduced a variety of innovations in order to reflect the breadth of talent and disciplines that fall within the creative industries. Alongside the existing categories, budding professionals can submit their work into newly formed 'Next' subcategories, a platform for emerging creatives, designers and crafts practitioners to showcase their individual talents. Further details on the Next category can be found here.

A new Awards category for 2019 is the Side Hustle category, which has been introduced to reflect the increasing number of creatives applying their skills and personal passions to side projects. From creating new businesses to developing initiatives to address social and environmental issues, this category aims to spotlight world class creativity beyond people's day jobs. More information on the Side Hustle category can be found here

The entry deadline for this year's Awards is 20 February 2019. Full details of the new categories, as well as the Awards entry portal, can be found here.   

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