Published: 24 June 2015 at 15:16
Graphic Design student wins first ever BAAM award
At this year's Cambridge School of Art Degree Show, Jonathan Knox, a final year BA (Hons) Graphic Design student, was the proud winner of the first ever BAAM Graphic Design Award.
Brownstone Advertising and Marketing (BAAM) is a Cambridge-based advertising and marketing company who introduced the prize to reward outstanding work created by graphic design graduates. As the overall winner, Jonathan will have the opportunity to undertake two weeks' work experience with the organisation. Both Jonathan and runner-up Scott Woodcock were presented with a certificate and trophy for their projects, which centred on innovative gastronomic concepts designed to revolutionise perceptions of fast food and restaurant dining.
Dave Jabbie, Director at BAAM, said: "Securing work in this highly competitive sector is an important career objective and we hope that the BAAM Award will serve to complement their well-earned academic achievements."
Further information on Jonathan and Scott's work, and the degree show itself, can be found on the Cambridge School of Art Degree Show website.