The JOAN Creative
co-founder and CCO
of creative leader,”
according to AICP
President Matt Miller
Matt Miller, President and CEO of AICP, announced today that Jaime Robinson, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of JOAN Creative, has been named as the 2019 AICP Next Awards Judging Chair, and will serve as Master of Ceremonies at the AICP Next Awards presentation this June during AICP Week in New York.
The Call for Entries for the 2019 AICP Next Awards is now open. Entrants can utilize a single entry portal to enter the Next Awards as well as The AICP Show: The Art & Technique of the American Commercial. For details on rules, eligibility and fees for each competition, visit the entry portal here. For work to be eligible for the AICP Next Awards, it must have first aired/launched between March 5, 2018 and February 24, 2019. The deadline for entries is March 1, 2019, at 11:59 pm PST, and for the first time ever pro res files are required.
Robinson has a long history with the AICP Next Awards, most recently serving as the Jury President for Integrated Campaign in 2018. “I was honored to serve on the Next Awards jury last year and am even more honored to serve as Judging Chair this year,” she said. “The AICP Next Awards are not only a benchmark of excellence in so many emerging areas of brand communication, but they also serve as a guidepost to where the industry is heading. I’m excited to work with our Jury Presidents as we help chart the progress our industry is making across so many media and communications channels.”
Prior to launching JOAN in 2016, Robinson was Executive Creative Director of Wieden+Kennedy, New York, and previously VP, Executive Creative Director at Pereira & O’Dell. She’s been featured in Adweek’s list of “50 Creatives Whose Brilliant Ideas and Beautiful Craft Will Make You Jealous,” Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business” and Ad Age’s “40 Under 40,” and her work has won over 30 Cannes Lions (including three Grand Prix) and an entertainment Emmy for “Outstanding New Approach.”
“Jaime represents the next generation of creative leader and we’re thrilled to have her serving as Judging Chair for this year’s Next Awards,” says Miller. “In addition to having spent so much time at agencies like Wieden+Kennedy and Pereira & O’Dell, she’s set new standards with her own agency, JOAN Creative. In many respects, her career embodies the best qualities of the Next Awards and the forward-thinking mandate we’ve set for our industry.”
As Chair, Robinson has selected a team of highly-regarded creative and marketing executives to serve as Jury Presidents for the 12 AICP Next Awards categories. The Jury Presidents in turn select the judges for their respective disciplines.
2019 AICP Next Awards Jury Presidents
Karen Costello, Chief Creative Officer, The Martin Agency
Scott Donaton, Global Chief Creative & Content Officer, Digitas
Kerstin Emhoff, President & Co-Founder, PRETTYBIRD
Omid Farhang, Chief Creative Officer, Momentum Worldwide
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Kwame Taylor-Hayford, Managing Director, Chobani
Mae Karwowski, CEO/Founder, Obviously
Allen Mask, Vice President, Marketing, Intelligence & Partnerships, Sonos
Jeff Miller, Global Head of Creative Strategy, Snapchat
Tiffany Rolfe, US Chief Creative Officer, R/GA
Richard Ting, EVP, Global Chief Experience Officer, R/GA
Dan Lucey, Executive Creative Director, JOAN Creative
Mike Woods, Director of Immersive Content, Executive Creative Director, m ss ng p eces
In addition to selecting the judges for their respective categories, the Jury Presidents serve on a Curatorial Committee that selects the Most Next Award (the top prize for the Next Awards) from among all the categories, as well as review the findings of each jury to ensure proper eligibility and appropriateness to category. Joining the Jury Presidents as Curators At Large are Andrew Keller, Global Creative Director, Facebook Creative Shop; Jeff Kling, a former AICP Next Awards Judging Chair; Jimmy Smith, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, Amusement Park Entertainment; Nick Law, Chief Creative Officer Publicis Groupe and President, Publicis Communications and a former Next Awards Judging Chair; and Winston Binch.
At the AICP Next Awards presentation, winners of the Integrated Campaign category will present case studies exploring the creative and strategic thinking behind each winning piece. And the AICP Next Awards Jury Presidents, along with its Curators at Large, will select a Most Next honor from among all the winners, which is the Best in Show.
The AICP Next Awards debut is one of the tent-pole events of AICP Week, which also includes the AICP Show: The Art & Technique of the American Commercial, as well as AICP Week Base Camp. Base Camp, which runs throughout AICP Week, features thought provoking seminars and exhibitions and serves as the hub for AICP Week attendees.
The work of the AICP Next Awards winners, along with that of the honorees of the AICP Show, The Art & Technique of the American Commercial, are preserved by The Department of Film at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. The full AICP Awards Archive is available to all at www.aicpawards.com.
ABOUT AICP WEEK
AICP Week is a celebration of creativity and thought leadership. The Week is anchored by the Premieres of The AICP Next Awards and the AICP Show: The Art and Technique of the Ameri-can Commercial, the latter culminating with the most anticipated celebration in the industry: The gala at the Museum of Modern Art. Additionally, in each year, various educational seminars and events highlighting the state of marketing in the motion image are staged.
AICP represents, exclusively, the interests of independent companies that specialize in the pro-duction and post production of commercials in various media—film, video, digital—for advertisers and agencies. The association, with national offices in New York and Los Angeles as well as regional chapters across the country, serves as a strong collective voice for this $5 billion-plus industry. Founded in 1972, AICP assists its members by: disseminating information; rep-resenting production and post production companies within the advertising community in business circles, in labor negotiations and dealing with employment issues; and before governmental officials; developing industry standards and tools; providing professional development; and marketing American production and post production via events and awards shows.