The Monster Jury Revealed!

September 15th, 20112:33 pm

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Judging to be held in New York in November 2011

Montreal, Canada (September 15, 2011) The Tomorrow Awards – the global celebration of the future of advertising, is proud to announce the Monster Jury for the Summer 2011 Semester.

Led by Chairman Robert Wong, Executive Creative Director of Google Creative Lab, the Monster Jury will select the five most innovative entries from a shortlist created by the industry at large that best represent the future thinking moving the industry forward today.

The Monster Jury includes:

  • Michael Lebowitz, Founder & CEO, Big Spaceship
  • PJ Pereira, Founder & Chief Creative Officer, Pereira & O’Dell
  • Sergio Mugnaini, Creative Director, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
  • Andreas Ullenius, Executive Creative Director, Åkestam Holst
  • Steve Mykolyn, Chief Creative Officer, TAXI
  • Masako Okamura, Creative Director, Dentsu Tokyo

“We are very excited about the Monster Jury for the latest Semester,” says Ignacio Oreamuno, Tomorrow Awards President. “Robert Wong was the ideal person to chair this group, as someone who has won three Tomorrow Awards in our short history. And for the rest of our jury, I don’t think you could ask for a better collection of forward thinking individuals who know that the marriage of creativity and technology isn’t about using ‘the next big thing’, it’s about harnessing the right big thing to encourage and inspire action.”

All are welcome to become Industry Judges or enter their work by October 3, 2011 at www.tomorrowawards.com. The winners will be announced at an Amsterdam Gala in mid-November.

The Tomorrow Awards are a category-free celebration of innovation in brand communications held twice annually, with a mandate to help the industry navigate through cultural and technological change by showcasing the world’s best new thinking.

ABOUT TOMORROW AWARDS

Founded in 2010, the Tomorrow Awards is the first international award show dedicated to discovering, showcasing and awarding advertising creativity that pushes new technological boundaries. Since the very best examples of such work are those that defy standard award show categories, the Tomorrow Awards is category-neutral; all entries are judged together, and only the very best ideas shine brightest. An Industry Jury of all who wish to participate selects the shortlist, which is presented to a Monster Jury that selects 5 winners in each round.

The Tomorrow Awards thrives with the support of Global Partners including Adobe, Casale Media, Creative Niche and iStockphoto.