Creative agency honored with international Telly Awards and AVA Awards
A. Bright Idea Advertising and Public Relations celebrates industry recognition with awards in film and video production from the Telly Awards and in interactive, graphic design and marketing from the Audio-Visual Arts (AVA) Awards. A. Bright Idea was presented with one Silver and two Bronze awards by the Telly Awards for the SomethingAboutSonoma.com promotional video, as well as the 2012 Holiday Party Save-the-Date video and Upper Chesapeake Health Star Night video, respectively. The AVA Awards, presented by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP), honored the agency with a Platinum Award for the Battle of Bladensburg 1812 website, and a Gold Award for The Red Grape website.
“We are thrilled to receive top recognitions by the international AVA Awards and the Telly Awards competitions,” says Anita Brightman, President and Founder. “These website and interactive projects exemplify our approach to consistently developing strong interactive media, including unique concepts, creative design and exciting production. I am so pleased that A. Bright Idea and our creative team earned these high honor.”
A. Bright Idea earned a Silver Telly Award in the category of Travel/Tourism for the SomethingAboutSonoma.com promotional video. The video has been used at events throughout Sonoma County like the Sonoma International Film Festival and appeared on the San Francisco Chronicle website. View the video at here.
A. Bright Idea earned Bronze Telly Awards for the A. Bright Idea Holiday Party Save-the-Date for 2012 with the theme It’s a Wonderful Life, as well as the Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation Cancer Center Star Night Opening Video featuring a James Bond 007 theme. The Telly Awards receives over 13,000 entries annually from the top agencies in the world and grants Silver to its highest recipients.
A. Bright Idea earned a Platinum Award for the Battle of Bladensburg 1812 website. AVA’s Platinum Award is presented to organizations judged to have the most outstanding submissions in the competition. The Battle of Bladensburg 1812 website was developed in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of The War of 1812. The website features interactive maps, timelines, paintings and an interactive video recount of the battle. A. Bright Idea designed and developed this site in working with Bladensburg Archaeology, launching the website in January 2012. Visit the website at http://battleofbladensburg1812.com/Bladensburg/
A. Bright Idea earned a Gold Award for The Red Grape website. A. Bright Idea designed, developed and currently maintains The Red Grape website, which includes an emphasis on Sonoma’s flair for fresh cuisine. The website design features an interactive menu, new specials monthly, and custom photography, while also showcasing the family owners in an “About Us” video. The AVA’s Gold Award is presented to entries judged to exceed the high standards of the industry. Visit the website at http://theredgrape.com.
A. Bright Idea was also recognized with an honorable mention in the AVA awards for their Upper Chesapeake Health Cancer Center campaign video – Hope for Healing, and the Sonoma County Wine Country video for SomethingAboutSonoma.com.
The Telly Awards is the premier award honoring the finest film and video productions, groundbreaking web commercials, videos and films, and outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs. Our mission has been to strengthen the visual arts community by inspiring, promoting, and supporting creativity. The 33rd Annual Telly Awards received over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents.
AVA Awards is an international competition that recognizes outstanding work by creative professionals involved in the concept, direction, design and production of media that is part of the evolution of digital communication. Work ranges from audio and video productions to websites that present interactive components such as video, animation, blogs and podcasts, to interactive social media sites as well as other forms of user-generated communication. The 2013 competition drew over 2,000 entries from the United States and several countries.