After a thrilling week for final year undergraduate students exhibiting their work at The Degree Show 2015, a selected few students were awarded in recognition of their innovation, professionalism and dedication. The top award ‘Student of the Year’ went to Benjamin Rozario from BA (Hons) Editing and Post Production, voted for by students.
The Degree Show Awards ceremony took place in our iconic building next to the O2. The awards were presented by industry professionals who selected a winner for each category from nominees (listed below) selected by Ravensbourne tutors and alumni. Judges, students and their friends and family had the chance to admire the work of other students displayed and exhibited across the building from each cluster of courses at Ravensbourne.
Every year the Degree Show is run by final year undergraduate students and gives them a time to shine, while attracting industry professionals and the press to come and view the various student exhibitions.
The 2015 winners were selected as follows:
Contribution to Moving Image Award: judged by Lyndsay Watson (Animated Women UK) and Eva Weber (Filmmaker)
- Rebecca Meilak
- Special mention to Veemsen Lama
Foundation Award: judged in-house
Course Exhibition Award: judged by Nick Tebbutt and Chris Tozer (Critical Mass)
Design That Makes a Difference Award: judged by Michael Bow (Wieden & Kennedy) and David Hunt (Barclays)
Image Award: judged by Tom Hind (Getty Images)
Sonic Sound Award: judged by Simon Sherbourne (Avid) and Jay Greenwood (Audio Network)
Broadcast Tech Award: judged by Andy Beale (BT Sports)
The Ogilvy Visionary Award: judged by Shannon Vaughan and Nicole Yershon
Top Fashion Award: judged by Steph Finnan (Lewis Alexander) and Steph Barker- Fry (Nocturne)
Blue Print Award: judged by Alexander Thompson
Concept Award: judged by Nick Constantiou (Addison Lee)
Innovation in New Business Award: judged by Ha Smith (Ravensbourne)
Students' Student of the Year Award: voted for by students
Innovation in new business: judged by Ha Smith (Ravensbourne)
Student of the Year: voted for by students