The who's who of British advertising gathered last night for the 2016 British Arrows Awards, to recognise and reward the best in creativity across the last year.
Comedian David Mitchell hosted the evening at the Battersea Evolution under its star lit ceiling and it was a particularly special occasion as it marked the event's 40th anniversary.
Our congratulations go to creative duo Kim Papworth and Tony Davidson who were awarded the notable ‘Chairman’s Award’ for a career spanning 30 years working on such acclaimed work as Honda ‘Impossible Dream.’
AMV had a fantastic night picking up ‘Agency of the Year’ and scooping up an unprecedented number of awards with an incredible 36 arrows, including their collaboration with O’Positive’s David Shane and The Mill on Curry’s PC World ‘Spare the Act: Laptop’ which was awarded 5 golds and 4 silvers as well as the coveted ‘Commercial of the Year.’
Outsider were also the deserved winners of ‘Production company of the Year.'
Throughout the evening, people also got to enjoy The Mill’s ‘Looking Glass;’ photo booth installation.
As an ongoing supporter of the British Arrows
Awards, it was great to be involved in yet another fantastic event - a huge
congratulations to all the evening's other winners (check the British Arrows website for the full list).