Fallon Creative Tops YoungGuns
Fallon London's Juan Cabral, 27, has topped the YoungGuns fifth annual awards. He won the Gold Bullet, worth $5,000, for his work on Sony's "Balls." (Fallon and Sony parted ways earlier this month.) The Sydney, Australia-based organization ranks creatives under 30, along with their work. The Miami Ad School in Hamburg's Menno Kluin [one of Adweek's top ad school grads, Adweek, June 13] won the 2005 YoungGun student of the year award. Crispin Porter + Bogusky won the sole other film Gold Bullet for former client Mini's "Counterfeit," a TV spot and Web site. Fallon in London was the most-awarded shop, while Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide won best network of the year.
Euro Bolsters Creative Dept.
At Euro RSCG in New York, Kim Gallina, 31, a former senior copywriter at McCann Erickson, joins as copywriter; Lauren Williman, 28, a former senior art director at McCann, joins as art director. They'll work on accounts including Lean Cuisine. Lindsey Kaufman, 27, and Karina Restrepo, 31, former Foote Cone & Belding copywriter and art director, respectively, join as a team working on Tonic brands and new business. Joyce Yu, 25, who had been freelancing at Euro, joins as a designer.
Clio Names Jury Chairs
Jury chairs have been named for The Clio Awards' seven categories: Paul Woolmington, chairman, CEO of Media Kitchen in New York, for Content & Contact; Tony Davidson, ecd of Wieden + Kennedy in London, for Television & Cinema; John Merrifield, chief creative director of TBWA\Japan in Tokyo, for Print & Poster; Rei Inamoto, global creative director of AKQA in San Francisco, for Internet; Brian Collins, ecd of Ogilvy & Mather's Brand Integration Group in New York, for Design; Terry O'Reilly, partner of Pirate Radio & TV in Toronto, for Radio; and Noam Murro, director, president of Biscuit Filmworks in Los Angeles, for Technique. VNU owns the Clio Awards and Adweek.