Jason Hindley and Nadav Kander each win a Gold at last night’s Campaign Photo Awards

The winners of the second annual Campaign Photo Awards, sponsored by the British advertising magazine Campaign, were announced last night in London, and we’re absolutely chuffed to report that Jason Hindley and Nadav Kander each won a Gold award.

Jason was honored in the Multi-Image Campaign (Colour) category for his work for VCCP London’s “Alcohol: Know Your Limits” campaign, and Nadav won in the Multi-Image Campaign (Black and White) category for the St John Ambulance ads he shot for BBH London. Full credits and images below, courtesy of Campaign

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Jason Hindley for VCCP London: “Alcohol: Know Your Limits”
Joint winner: Multi-image Campaign (Colour)

Note: The images were submitted without copy. To see them with copy, go here.

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Brand: Home Office
Entered by: Jason Hindley
Creative agency: VCCP London
Creative team: Dave Tokley, Art Director. Matt Gilbert, Copywriter. Richard Yates, Art Director. Anthony Stamp, Copywriter. Mark Orbine, Creative Director.
Location: London
Brief: The “Would You” print campaign illustrates a series of situations that people would not do while sober, but would feasibly do when drunk. It aims for people to think twice about the risky situations they get themselves into while under the influences.

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Nadav Kander for BBH London: “Life Lost”
Winner: Multi-image Campaign (Black and White)

For more on this campaign, go here.

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Brand: St John Ambulance
Entered by: BBH
Creative agency: BBH
Creative team: Adrian Rossi, Creative Director/Art Director, BBH. Alex Grieve, Creative Director/Copywriter, BBH. Victoria Daltry, Art Director, BBH. Will Bingham, Copywriter, BBH.
Location: London Studio
Brief: The brief was to create natural portraits but with an unsettling quality and when reading the copy you re-appraise the portraits and realise that they are not alive or sleeping but in fact dead.

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Additionally, an image Jason shot for RKCR Y&R made the shortlist. It’s from a campaign called “Don’t Advertise Your Stuff to Thieves,” and it’s right here in all its neon glory:

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One Comment

  1. Freeman Zygote
    Posted 07/08/2010 at 8:44 pm | Permalink

    Well-deserved awards! Bravo!


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