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Here Are the Winners of the 2021 Creative Circle Awards

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Uncommon named Most Creative Agency, RiffRaff Films as Most Creative Production Company, as both The Mill and Electric Theatre Collective take Post Production

Here Are the Winners of the 2021 Creative Circle Awards

The Creative Circle has today announced the winners of its 2021 awards, following the 76th annual awards ceremony hosted by Zoe Lyons at the inaugural UK Creative Festival. 

The evening saw all of this year’s Gold, Silver, Bronze and special prizes awarded in a celebration of the very best work from the UK’s creative community. Taking place on the Thursday evening of the UK Creative Festival at Dreamland, Margate, the ceremony was part of the three-day event that featured talks, workshops, panels, and wellness activities - designed to connect, educate, and inspire. Organised by OrangeDoor, the outdoor event saw all the aspiring young creatives invited to attend for free - as guests of the Creative Circle. 

Uncommon Creative Studio was presented with Most Creative Agency for the second year running. RiffRaff Films was awarded Most Creative Production Company, whilst The Mill and Electric Theatre Collective shared the Most Creative Post Production Company title.

Two campaigns took home the coveted Gold of Golds. Essity’s ‘#wombstories’ saw AMV BBDO, Chelsea Pictures, Framestore, and 750mph honoured, whilst Beco’s ‘Steal Our Staff’ campaign saw TBWA\London, HOI POLLOI, and Coffee & TV all recognised. 


Trevor Robinson, founder of Quiet Storm, was honoured with the President’s Award - recognising a person or organisation that has had the greatest impact on advertising this year.

Continuing to support and nurture young creative talent, the Creative Circle retained its free to enter New Talent categories for 2021. The Most Promising Female Creative Newcomer was awarded to Meg Egan at Creature and the Most Promising Male Creative Newcomer to Jake Coleman at AKQA.

The award for Most Promising Creative Team 2021 went to Ads Dechaud and Phil Le Brun at Wonderhood Studios. 

In the production new talent categories, the Best Up and Coming Female Commercial Director award went to Caviar’s Lainey Richardson, whilst Best Up and Coming Male Commercial Director was awarded to Florian Joahn at COMPULSORY. 

Jeremy Green, Managing Director at Creative Circle, comments: “Firstly, a massive congratulations to all our winners! After such a challenging period for the industry, I’m thankful for the opportunity to celebrate our creative community, and the amazing work we produce, in person. The standard of entries this year was incredibly high and, as ever, I’m proud we’re able to recognise talent from across the industry - improving accessibility and representation for aspiring young creatives.”

10% of all award entries and 100% of Creative Circle membership goes towards the Creative Foundation to address the imbalance of opportunity and support faced by young people across the UK. The Foundation recently committed to covering the course fees and maintenance of a promising young creative.

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Creative Circle, Thu, 09 Sep 2021 22:00:00 GMT