2021 Creative Awards
For more than a century, the Advertising Club of Western Massachusetts has recognized exceptional advertising, design, and creative work made in our region.
In 2021, our community of illustrators and videographers, strategists and designers, copywriters and photographers came together to kick off a new decade of amazing creative work in western Mass.
The 2021 Creative Awards show was held at Union Station, Northampton, on September 14, 2021.
Many thanks to our judges, hosts, sponsors, awards committee, and volunteers for this great event!
is Group Creative Director at Cigna, where he leads strategy and creative for their award-winning in-house agency. Prior to Cigna, Robert made stops on the agency and brand-side working for a variety of iconic brands including; Gatorade, Hallmark, Kellogg’s, LEGO, Coors, MTV, Nickelodeon and Wendy’s. Robert’s work has received industry recognition from AIGA, Ad Club, American Advertising Federation (ADDY’s), CLIO Awards, Communication Arts, Graphis and HOW Magazine.
is a Creative Director working in upstate New York. An industry veteran with 30+ years of experience, Kevin has worked at big agencies like Leo Burnett Worldwide and eventually started his own firm, Campdesign. Kevin has worked on a wide range of clients — from small nonprofits to national brands like Johnnie Walker, McDonald’s, Keebler, and Kellogg’s. Kevin also served as an Adjunct Professor of Advertising at the esteemed Newhouse School at Syracuse University — the #1 communications program in the country. He has over 200 students working and excelling in the ad world and beyond.
is the Strategic Design Leader at BIC, where she collaborates with a variety of teams to drive standout creative work and translate competitive data and customer feedback into award-winning visual strategies. For two decades, Anna has built her career in the for-profit and nonprofit worlds by creating award-winning work for Costco, Dollar General, Staples, Target, Hobby Lobby, Wal-Mart, and Sam’s Club — along with numerous community initiatives and local nonprofits like The Get In Touch Foundation’s crusade against breast cancer
has over 15 years of experience in Marketing and Public Relations. She has been a public speaker for over 14 years, specializing in topics such as social media, marketing strategy, public relations, melanoma survivorship, and living with endometriosis. She was featured in one of 2011’s most shared YouTube videos called Dear 16 Year Old Me, and a national campaign for the American Academy of Dermatology. Her work in skin cancer awareness landed her an award from Cosmopolitan Magazine alongside Kristen Bell and David Wright.
His name might not be Bax or O’Brien, but he is the most talented, best looking, and funniest person on the popular Rock 102 morning show. Steve lives in Huntington with his two daughters, coincidentally the same two daughters who caused him to lose all of his hair. He lives on the edge by not watering down his condensed chicken noodle soup from the can. He also enjoys fresh fruit.