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Top panel of creative professionals to Judge 'Reggies'

AWARDS: The 'Reggies' this year promises to be an event to remember, with a record number of participants, even more entries, a gala event and an eminently qualified and infinitely experienced panel of judges.

The 'Reggies', conducted by The Reggie Candappa Foundation For The Arts, hopes to carry on the late Deshabandu Reggie Candappa's legacy, as a man of the craft, blessed with multitudinous talents and a perfectionist of the highest order. It is a small way of paying tribute to a man of art, an incredibly talented photographer, an incredible illustrator and typographer, as well as a great writer, whose influence on the advertising landscape of Sri Lanka has been, to put it mildly, legendary.

The Reggie Candappa Awards seek to reward those who seek perfection in their craft, understanding true inspiration and the efforts expended towards achieving perfection.

The trust placed in 'The Reggies' by the individuals involved in the industry is well reflected in the mammoth number of entries and the numerous organisations and individuals taking part in the competition this year.

Thirty-five advertising agencies, production houses and individuals are involved in the Reggie Candappa Awards this year, with over 500 entries submitted. It also stands to reason that in order to judge work of the highest standard you require judges of a similar calibre.

The judging panel consists of several eminent personalities known for their infinitely high standards, commitment and award winning work.

The judging panel for the print category for the 'Reggies' this year is chaired by Nicola Bolling, the Creative Director of Leo Burnett Solutions and comprises Chandini Rajaratnam, the Vice President and Executive Creative Director of JWT, Upali Herath, the Executive Creative Director of BBDO Swara, Mike Masilamani, the Managing Director of Masters DDB, Rajiv Wirasinha, Director of Heensare and Russell Miranda, the Executive Creative Director of Grant McCann-Erickson.


Gamin Gamata - Presidential Community & Welfare Service
Sri Lanka

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