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Judges

     

Aaron Archer

Business Development Director (Digital)

Pureprint Group

 

 

Aaron Archer is the Business Development Director for the Digital side of the Pureprint Group. He is responsible for the ongoing development of Pureprint's range of Digital Production and Marketing services, to the company's Local, National and International client base. 

From 2006 to 2013 he was responsible for deploying and building one of the UK's largest Digital operations for Pureprint, which now makes up 20% of the overall business revenue. Prior to his current role, he was previously the groups Technical Director and managed the Digital Division, Prepress, Web2Print, Colour management and Cross-Media functions. 

Aaron graduated from Brighton University with a honours degree in Business Studies, is the Chairman of the BPIF Technical standards committee and a frequent speaker at Industry events - most recently HP VIP 10000 launch and Dscoop Asia 2013.

 

 

Paul Bailey

Graphic Designer

London College of Communications

 

 

Paul Bailey, is an Irish graphic designer, educator and researcher based in London - currently Course Leader, MA Graphic Design, London College of Communications, UAL.
 
Paul presents and conducts his independent research output at universities, conferences and specialised research institutes throughout the UK and Europe including the Jan van Eyck Academie, the Netherlands and the Frans Masereel Centre, Belgium. He has exhibited widely across Europe with work also acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, USA. Notable clients include the V&A, Central Saint Martin School of Art & Design and the British Council.

 

 

Sarah Boris
Associate Art Director

Phaidon Press

 

 

Sarah Boris is an award winning graphic designer, art director and artist.

 

Major projects include her redesign of the ICA's identity (unveiled in 2009 and still in use today) and the Alias catalogue for Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin. Artists books she designed have been acquired by the V&A and Tate archives. She is currently Design Manager at Phaidon working both as practitioner and commissioner in design. She has worked since 2005 for organisations such as the ICA, Tate, the Barbican Centre, the Architecture Foundation, Edel Assanti, Triangle Network, Gasworks, Hotshore International, Max Wigram Gallery, Visiting Arts, Fedrigoni and the Royal Philharmonic Society amongst others.

 

 


Andrew Bromley

Senior International Marketing Manager

Ingram Content Group

 

Andrew Bromley works as the International Marketing Manager for Ingram Content Group, supporting the business in markets as diverse as China, India, Europe, and Australia. Having the opportunity to work across the full spectrum of Ingram services has developed a strong understanding of both physical distribution solutions, using automated Print on Demand technology and fully integrated digital distribution solutions and learning platforms.


Prior to working for Ingram, Andrew worked in senior managerial positions at Pearson Education and Cambridge University Press.   

Ingram Content Group Inc. is the world's largest and most trusted distributor of physical and digital content.


 

Marysa de Veer
Managing Director
Otter Bookbinding Ltd

 



Marysa de Veer, is a bookbinder, teacher of bookbinding and restorer of books. She was born in Holland, brought up in Nigeria and educated in Oxford. She started her career at The Royal Bindery Windsor Castle before establishing Otter Bookbinding in 1993. Otter Bookbinding specialises in the printing and binding of beautiful bespoke books. Marysa’s particular interest is innovation in the craft and the use of technology alongside traditional craft hand skills. Her studio employs specialist craft gold finishers, antiquarian book restorers, a paper conservator, a printer and a photographer.  Commissions include bespoke photo books, historical and pioneering book structures, as well as print and publish.

 

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