Two students from Leeds Arts University BA (Hons) Creative Advertising course have been recognised by one of the world’s most prestigious creative advertising agencies, BBH.
Image: BA (Hons) Creative Advertising students Glynn Waltham and Charlotte Cunningham pictured with BBH strategist Harry Guild and Senior Lecturer Janine Sykes.
Winners of BBH’s annual ‘Next Gen’ competition were announced by BBH strategist Harry Guild. Students Glynn Waltham and Charlotte Cunningham won with their respective essays: Can advertising help give racism the red card in English football? and Does the use of poetry in advertising damage poetry’s essence as an art form? published on BBH Labs.
Glynn has also been invited to undertake an internship with BBH later this year.
This is the second year of the competition, open exclusively to the University’s BA Creative Advertising students. Last year’s winners were Millie Davison and Will Heldt.