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Grant McCann’s Executive Creative Director Russell on Spikes Asia panel


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Russell Miranda, the Executive Creative Director for Grant McCann Erickson in Sri Lanka, has been selected to be a part of the Film Craft Jury for Spikes Asia 2013.

The Spikes Asia Awards are the region’s oldest and most prestigious awards for creative advertising recognising the best in Film, Print, Outdoor, Radio, Digital, Direct, Promo and Activation, Media, Design, Film Craft, Print and Poster Craft, Integrated, Mobile and PR.

Speaking on his selection, Russell said, “I am honoured to be invited to serve on the Film Craft Jury panel. Spikes Asia is a leading platform for showcasing the best in the industry across the region and I look forward to being a part of this prestigious panel of judges.”

Spikes Asia 2013 is a Festival of Creativity and will be held in Singapore from 15 to 17 September 2013.

During his time at Grant McCann, Russell brings with him a vast portfolio of creative excellence having worked with most of the big local and multinational brands in Sri Lanka. His internationally-awarded brand communications for SriLankan Airlines, the country’s national carrier, is  highly regarded as a case in brand building having won both local and  Regional Asian Awards in the past.

The creative campaigns spearheaded by Russell have won the agency many prestigious awards both locally and internationally. Recent achievements include Silvers at GoaFest Creative Abby 2012, and a Design Finalist at Cannes last year.


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