Mark Tutssel to chair LIA 2015’s non-traditional jury 

Advertising, Festivals, London International Awards, People

Mark Tutssel, Global Chief Creative Officer Leo Burnett Worldwide, will chair the non-traditional jury at 2015 London International Awards (LIA), organizers of the festival announced.

As Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide, Mark Tutssel serves as the global network’s creative leader and is responsible for setting the creative vision for the network’s 85 global offices, helping Leo Burnett move up to the 3rd most awarded network in the world. Under his creative leadership, Leo Burnett has developed world-class campaigns for some of the world’s most iconic brands.

Mark Tutssel, Global Chief Creative Officer Leo Burnett Worldwide
Mark Tutssel, Global Chief Creative Officer Leo Burnett Worldwide

LIA is one of the world’s finest festivals of creativity and it is a great honour to preside over the LIA Non-Traditional jury. This category is for people who believe in creativity over conformity. It’s for those with the courage to throw caution to the wind; those who embrace the untried and untested, the unexpected and the unconventional (…) Our ideas need to move at the speed of culture and land with seismic strength. They need the impact to shape attitudes and transform behavior. More than ever before, successful brands need to be guided by creative intuition and fuelled by bravery. The Non-Traditional category is where you’ll find them. After all, world-changing ideas never come from comfort zones.

Mark Tutssel,

Global Chief Creative Officer Leo Burnett Worldwide

 

LIA 2015 is now open for entries, with the judging scheduled to take place on October 1-10. Shortlists will be announced as each judging session concludes, and winners will being to be announced on November 2nd.

The London International Awards (LIA) is an annual worldwide advertising award. The Awards, founded in 1986 by President Barbara Levy, began by honoring international advertising in the realms of cinema, television, print and radio, evolving since its inception into 15 unique media types. It was the first truly international advertising awards of its kind to acknowledge all media and methods from all over the world to be judged by a diverse global jury. Today the awards honor the legends, pioneers and embodiments of excellence across advertising, digital, branded content, music & sound, branded entertainment, design and production