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ADC Offers Look into Interactive Judging for 91st Annual Awards

Another year dawns, another ad awards season starts blooming. For the time being, let’s focus on the Art Directors Club, which offers this brief clip where you can meet and go behind-the-scenes with the Interactive jury for the 91st Annual ADC Awards. This year’s jury in said category includes chairperson and McCann NY ECD Natalie Lam,  as well as senior creative folks from around the world from agencies in Madrid, Toronto and Tokyo.

We’ve been told that the New York City-based Art Directors Club Gallery will also be playing host for a party honoring this year’s just-announced TED “Ads Worth Spreading” winners in a couple of weeks. We’ll let you know when we find out more.

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And Finally, Your ADC Advertising/Integrated Juries

We promise to keep this short, but since you were all clamoring for it, we might as well give you the rundown of the Advertising and Integrated juries for the 91st Annual ADC Awards. You have already received notice that Natalie Lam and 72andSunny’s John Boiler were jury chairs for Interactive and Advertising, respectively, but after the jump, you can check out the full jury roster for the latter category as well as Integrated. We’re sure there are some names you might recognize (Ian & Scott–ok, we’ve now been told that the former of the dynamic duo is not able to participate, Faris, etc.)

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Lam Takes Head Post on ADC ‘Interactive’ Jury

Seven months after taking on an ECD post at McCann NY, Natalie Lam gets some kudos gets some nods from the Art Directors Club by being named jury chair. The Interactive ACD prize will be judged by these folks:

Natalie Lam (jury chair), executive creative director, McCann Erickson, New York, NY, USA
Miguel Calderon, chief executive officer, Grupo W, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico
Belen Coca, chief creative officer, La Despensa, Madrid, Spain
Jacob Cohen, founder, Stackhouse, New York, NY, USA
Wade Convay, executive creative director, R/GA, New York, NY, USA
Marta Cutler, partner, writer, Blok Design, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Daniele Fiandaca, head of innovation, Cheil London, UK
Naoki Ito, chief creative officer, Party, Tokyo, Japan
Mehera O’Brien, director, Miami Ad School, New York, NY, USA
Karin Onsager-Birch, associate reative director, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, CA, USA
Karyn Pascoe, executive creative director, Organic, New York, NY, USA
Steve Persico, copywriter, Leo Burnett Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Malcolm Poynton, chief creative officer, Sapient, London, UK
Jens Schmidt, creative director, Moccu GMBH, Berlin, Germany
Kristina Slade, creative director, AKQA, San Francisco, CA, USA
James Widegren, partner, executive creative director, Your Majesty, New York, NY, USA

 

 

 

ADC (Already) Announces 91st Awards Jury Chairs

Though we’re still several months away from the next ADC Awards, the hype machine is already in motion as the organizers have announced the jury chairs for the 2012 event, which will take place some time in May (exact date TBD).

Creatives types from the agency, design and production worlds comprise the jury chair selections, though the ADC is adding some new touches to the 91st Awards show. For the first time, the Club is appointing a separate jury chair for the Motion category and there will also be a a separate jury chair and jury dedicated specifically to Integrated. The 2012 online call for entries will be open shortly, with deadlines set for February. Here’s your full jury chair list complete with some recognizable names below:

Advertising: John Boiler, president, 72andSunny, Los Angeles, CA
DesignArem Duplessis, design director, The New York Times Magazine, New York, NY
PhotographyKieran Antill, creative director, senior vice president, Leo Burnett, New York, NY
IllustrationRodrigo Corral, creative director, Farrar, Straus and Giroux; founder, Rodrigo Corral Design, New York, NY
InteractiveNatalie Lam (pictured), executive creative director, McCann Erickson, New York, NY
IntegratedBrian DiLorenzo, chief production officer, McCann Erickson, New York, NY
MotionAndre Stringer, director, creative director, founder, Shilo, New York, NY

 

 

Natalie Lam Takes ECD Post at McCann NY

Two weeks after he enticed former DDB Stockholm partner Andreas Dahlqvist to join up with McCann NY, Linus Karlsson has nabbed another international creative to fill an ECD role in the latter agency’s Big Apple office, namely Natalie Lam. Lam arrives from OgilvyOne, where she served as regional CD, Asia and ECD of the agency’s Shanghai office since 2008 (apparently Lam was also the first female and youngest regional creative director for OgilvyOne Asia).

The Hong Kong native, though, is no stranger to NYC, having worked from 2003-2008 at R/GA, where she was a creative director on the global and U.S. Nike+, NikeiD and Nike running accounts. Karlsson, who as you know is the CCO of McCann NY/London, raves about his newest hire, saying, “Natalie is one of the most inspiring and accomplished creative leaders in the world. Her work is always beautiful, smart and innovative, and she has a unique global perspective and leads with grace.”

In her new post, Lam, who’s earned Grand Prix and Titanium Lions, a D&AD Black Pencil, a One Show Best of Show, etc. during her career (take a guess for what), will across McCann NY accounts and will try to help boost McCann’s digital capabilities.