Jun 202013
 

The Shelf Awards 2013 will be taking place Thursday 27 June in Central London. Once again we will be offering our support to graduates as they start out in the creative industry. Here are the graduates who have made the shortlist and a taster of the work they will be showing off:

Tom Reas and Chris Hill

Tom Reas and Chris Hill

Anna Brailey and Ollie Jarrott

Anna Brailey and Ollie Jarrott

Tom Bender and Tom Corcoran

Tom Bender and Tom Corcoran

 

Ran Stallard and Max Maclean

Ran Stallard and Max Maclean

 

The Shelf Awards 2013 Shortlist Charlotte Alcock and Annie Crooks

Charlotte Alcock and Annie Crooks

Gemma Dickens and Liz Tarrent

Gemma Dickens and Liz Tarrent

The Shelf Awards 2013 Shortlist

Tom Reas and Chris Hill
Anna Brailey and Ollie Jarrott
Bucks New University
Third Year Leader Julie Wright

Tom Bender and Tom Corcoran
Ran Stallard and Max Maclean
School of Communication Arts
Course Leader Marc Lewis

Charlotte Alcock and Annie Crooks
Staffordshire University, Visual Design
Course Leader Sarah Rushton

Gemma Dickens and Liz Tarrent
Staffordshire University, Advertising and Brand Management
Course Leader Paul Flemming / Senior Lecturer John Hudson

We look forward to the graduates joining us at The Shelf Awards 2013 where they will be showcasing their work and networking with an audience of specially invited guests including leading creative directors, copywriters, art directors, recruiters and other industry experts.

This opportunity can lead to all-important work placements. In turn these lead to full time employment.

And the winning graduates on the night, uniquely selected by the votes of the guests themselves, will also receive the coveted Shelf – so called because the winners will be able to use it to display the awards they will no doubt be picking up in their future careers.

Please joining us in congratulating the graduates who have made the shortlist for The Shelf Awards 2013.

You can find out more about The Shelf Awards here and by dropping us a line.

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