This time last year we were balancing a Dunkin’ Donuts stand 1500m up on the side of a mountain in Chamonix, France. One year on and we’ve just won a gold Clio award for our work!
Working with DigitasLbi (Boston), Seven Twenty was responsible for developing the concept, finding a location and bringing together a talented and professional team of athletes, production and safety crew.
This was an extremely technical, world’s first stunt that required very specific knowledge and training. Through our extensive network of freelance professionals we were able to bring together the best in the business to deliver what few believed was possible!
Check out the awards entry below:
Production Company: Seven Twenty Productions
Director: Guido Perrini
Production Manager: Rachel Service
Cinematographer/Site Manager: Toby Bradley
Cinematographer: Lauri Aapro
Cinematographer: Adrien Nisan
Production Assistants: Patricio Williams & Charley Priestley
Athletes: Ellen Brennan & Laurent Frat
Athlete Liaison: Lisa Hutchins (VBGProfessionals)
Athlete Support: Rob Herron, Vincent & Marine Descols
Safety Coordinators: Scott Morgan (Scotty Bob) & Roch Malnuit
Client: DigitasLbi (Boston) for Dunkin’ Donuts
The Clio Awards is an esteemed competition that recognises creative excellence. Now in its 58th year, the competition recognises the work, agencies and talent that push boundaries and establish new precedent.
The awards are based on votes from top creative professionals and marketers in advertising, marketing and celebrated design brand sectors around the world. The Clio judging process is known for its diplomatic approach to recognizing creative excellence on a global scale. Fewer than 20 percent of submissions within a media type survive the first two rounds, from which juries re-evaluate the work to determine Gold, Silver and Bronze statues.