Campaign India Team
Feb 03, 2009

David Droga to head Cannes Lions' Titanium and Integrated jury

Droga5's founder and creative chairman David Droga will head this year's Cannes Lions Titanium and Integrated jury. Droga (pictured) is the man behind the celebrated UNICEF Tap project, the New York Department of Education's Million project, the multi-award-winning Air Force One spoof for Marc Ecko among others. To date, he is the single most-awarded creative at the Cannes International Advertising Festival.

David Droga to head Cannes Lions' Titanium and Integrated jury

Droga5's founder and creative chairman David Droga will head this year's Cannes Lions Titanium and Integrated jury. Droga (pictured) is the man behind the celebrated UNICEF Tap project, the New York Department of Education's Million project, the multi-award-winning Air Force One spoof for Marc Ecko among others. To date, he is the single most-awarded creative at the Cannes International Advertising Festival.

A few of Droga's previous roles include worldwide chief creative officer of the Publicis network, executive creative director of Saatchi & Saatchi, London and regional creative director of Saatchi & Saatchi, Asia. Droga has also been inducted into the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement. He went independent in 2006, when he founded Droga5 in New York.

"I am extremely flattered to be asked. These categories represent the two most exciting and important dimensions of our industry," said Droga on his appointment.

Terry Savage, festival chairman said, "As one of the world's most awarded and visionary creative leaders, David embodies what the Titanium and Integrated competition stands for. An activist for pushing the industry's boundaries, we are honoured that David will be at the helm of this cutting-edge category."

This year, the festival will take place between June 21st  to 27th. Online entries and delegate registrations are now open. Check out festival details here.

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Campaign India