Campaign India Team
Mar 08, 2010

Joe Sedelmaier, Neil French join NYF GrandJury

New York Festivals International Advertising Awards have announced that iconic commercial director, Joe Sedelmaier (pictured left), and legendary advertising creative, Neil French (pictured right), will join the 2010 NYF GrandJury.  Sedelmaier will judge Art and Technique, and French will judge Print. Sedelmaier has created award winning commercials for clients such as Wendy’s, Fed Ex and Alaska Air and has won numerous international advertising awards. Neil French, a former WPP creative director, is considered one of the true pioneers of advertising in Asia.  

Joe Sedelmaier, Neil French join NYF GrandJury

New York Festivals International Advertising Awards have announced that iconic commercial director, Joe Sedelmaier (pictured left), and legendary advertising creative, Neil French (pictured right), will join the 2010 NYF GrandJury.  

Sedelmaier will judge Art and Technique, and French will judge Print. Sedelmaier has created award winning commercials for clients such as Wendy’s, Fed Ex and Alaska Air and has won numerous international advertising awards. Neil French, a former WPP creative director, is considered one of the true pioneers of advertising in Asia.  

NYF’s 2010 Advertising Awards ceremony will take place in Shanghai, China on June 10th, 11th and 12th at the Shanghai Theater Academy and Sino ADI.

 

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Campaign India

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