D&AD Awards 2022 names SA jury members
Some of the country’s biggest and brightest names, in industries ranging from film to public relations to advertising, will review and recognise the exceptional work created within the past year in the belief that platforming creative thinking is always worthwhile.
Here are the jury presidents and judges from South Africa
|Casting||Kevin Gray||Casting Director||Gray Casting Directors|
|Cinematography||Motheo Moeng (Jury President)||Cinematographer||Exposure crew|
|Digital||Kabza Moshapalo||Chief Creative Officer||Ogilvy Johannesburg|
|Direction||Karien Cherry||Director||Giant Films / Outsider|
|Direction||Tebza Malope||Director||The Star Film Company|
|Editing||Marcelle Mouton||Senior Editor||Post Modern|
|Integrated||Nkgabiseng Motau||Founder & Chief Creative Officer||Think Creative Africa|
|Music Videos||Simoné Bosman||Founder & Executive Producer||Osu Creative Productions|
|PR||Ashleigh Burton||Director of Digital||NS Impact Foundation|
|Radio & Audio||Neo Segola||Chief Creative Officer||DraftLine|
|Visual Effects||Martin Heigan||Visual Effects Supervisor||Independent VFX Supervisor|
|Writing for Advertising||Tshepo Tumahole||Creative Group Head||Joe Public|
|Writing for Design||Keenon Daniels||Senior Creative||Trustly|
“Now in its 60th year, the D&AD Awards have grown to incorporate more than 40 categories judged by a cohort of nearly 400 of the world’s leading creative minds,” says Donal Keenan, Awards Director at D&AD.
“Each year, our Judges ensure that the awards maintain the highest possible standard for judging, making it one of the ultimate creative accolades. Their expertise and insight will be invaluable when determining this year’s winners and which innovative, creative work will stand the test of time and inspire a global community of creative thinkers,” says Keenan.
Following the success of past virtual editions, D&AD will continue its digital-first approach to the 2022 awards to guarantee the safety of its members, jury, and participants. D&AD’s distinguished jurors will once again assemble virtually to review the work, holding each piece to the same high standards that the awards are renowned for.
The only exceptions are the Book Design, Graphic Design, Magazine & Newspaper Design, Packaging Design and Product Design categories, where in-person judging is essential. Entries for the awards will be closing on Wednesday 16th March 2022.
For further information about the categories and how to enter visit the D&AD website here