After a great performance at the D&AD Professional Awards, Ogilvy & Mather London has gone on to win four Golds, two Silvers and two Bronze awards at the Creative Circle Awards 2016. OgilvyOne was also awarded a Gold and a Bronze for its work with Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
Having recently achieved an incredible seven D&AD Pencils, the highly acclaimed It Happens Here campaign, created with the charity 28 Too Many, won three Golds in total for Best Art Direction, Best Charity/Public Service Poster and Best Charity/Public Service Press. The Art Director for the project, Trevallyn Hall, is pictured below with his Gold award (left).
The Viewer Discretion is Advised campaign, crafted with production company The Sweet Shop for Amnesty International, won both a Gold and a Silver award for Best Online Film Campaign and Best Low Budget Idea respectively. Above, the Copywriter for the campaign, Mathais Trads Olesen (centre), and Art Director Adam Radi (right) with their awards.
Ogilvy and Mather London’s You Don’t Have To campaign for Philips was awarded a Silver and a Bronze for Best Radio Campaign and Best Radio Scriptwriting, whilst Le Big Swim, created for Kronenbourg, won a Bronze in the Best Social Networking category.
Meanwhile, OgilvyOne’s #LookingForYou campaign for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home won a Gold for Best Direct Campaign and a Bronze for Best Use of Direct Out-of-Home.