2019 Creative Awards


Congratulations to All of the Winners!

One month ago today we were celebrating the very best creative work in the region. Thank you to all of the amazing creatives, agencies, marketers, entrepreneurs, and community members who made it out to this year's 2019 Creative Awards! This year's show was our biggest yet and we could not have done it without the incredible work of the Western Mass creative community. The Ad Club is excited to offer more exciting events in the coming months – including a Women's Business Leader Panel at Smith College and our signature members-only rooftop celebration at the Big E. Stay tuned!

BRIGADE wins Best In Show!

Congratulations to BRIGADE for taking home the prestigious Best In Show award for their Client Gift Notebook! See the complete list of more than sixty award winners here. Congrats!

A Creative Flair for Drama

Beyond the incredible work being showcased, the 2019 Creative Awards made for an evening to remember: from UPS deliveries of bossy hosts to cannabis chat and even a healthy dose of Jennifer Lawrence (she may have won an Oscar, but until now she lacked a wood block).

Lifetime Achievement Award

Marsha Montori gave an inspirational speech as the first-ever recipient of the Ad Club's Lifetime Achievement Award. Though as Marsha was careful to point out, she's not slowing down and may yet win another Lifetime Achievement award soon.

Photo Gallery Incoming!

Stephanie Craig took a Gold Creative Award for her photography work in Letters to Doris. Thankfully, Stephanie is used to doing seven things at once and managed to take a photo of herself accepting her own award while also photographing the audience – all while disproving accepted laws of physics. Visit the Photo Gallery Here
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Photography courtesy of Stephanie Craig Photography. Copyright. All digital images and other digital material shall remain the exclusive copyrighted property of Stephanie Craig Photography (SCP) and client shall have no ownership or other rights in such images or other material. It is hereby expressly agreed that SCP shall have the exclusive rights to use such images and other material for display, publication, competition or other purposed as determined in the sole discretion of SCP. Client's possession of a photograph does not grant the right to client or any other person, other than SCP to duplicate or make copies of any kind, including computer scans. Upon delivery of online gallery containing hi-resolution files, client will receive a letter granting client permission to produce copies directly from the gallery: provided, however, that any and all copies shall only be for the private and person use of client. Client may not make any copies for the purpose of sale or publication without prior written permission from SCP. Alterations. At no time may SCP's photographic image be altered. Any proposed post-production work to occur on any and all photographic images of SCP must be set forth in writing by client prior thereto and pre approved by SCP. SCP must have approval on any and all photographs that have been altered in any way, even if agreed to prior to photo session, before photos may be used in publication, and reserve the right to ask for approval of prints anytime thereafter before permission is given to use photos again.