Campaign India Team
Sep 24, 2012

Josy Paul, Sonal Dabral on London International Awards 2012 juries

Paul to judge ‘Integrated’ category, while Dabral is on the ‘Non-Traditional – Print/Poster/Billboard’ jury. Judging is underway in Las Vegas.

Josy Paul (L) and Sonal Dabral (R)
Josy Paul (L) and Sonal Dabral (R)

From India, Josy Paul, chairman and chief creative officer, BBDO India, and Sonal Dabral, chief creative officer, DDB Mudra Group, will be part of the jury at the London International Awards 2012.
Paul will judge the ‘Integrated’ category, while Dabral is a part of the ‘Non-Traditional – Print/Poster/Billboard’ jury.

Jury presidents for this year’s awards are Mark Tutssel, global chief creative officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide, Chicago; Steve Back, chief creative officer, Ogilvy and Mather, Singapore;  Colleen DeCourcy, chief executive officer and founder, Socialistic; Deborah Adler, designer, Deborah Adler Design; Dominic Goldman, partner/creative director, BBH London; Amir Kassaei, chief creative officer, DDB Worldwide, New York; Ralph van Dijk, co-founder/creative director, Eardrum Sydney;  Anna Fawcett, executive producer, Filmgraphics Entertainment; and Andy Bloch, managing partner/composer, Human, New York.

The jury sessions are currently underway in Las Vegas, USA. The awards ceremony is to be held in November in London. LIA will also publish an annual featuring the winning work including finalists, with creative credits.

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