Turquoise Branding Wins at the RTS Awards

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Charlie | Tuesday 22nd, 2011, 12:00am GMT

We are delighted to announce that Turquoise Branding has won the award for Graphic Design ‚Programme Content Sequences at the Royal Television Society Craft and Design Awards 2011. The RTS Craft and Design Awards recognise the huge variety of skills and processes involved in programme production, from costume design and digital effects to editing and lighting. The award was given in recognition of our work with Richard Gort, Mark Wilkin, Eddie Butler and the team at BBC Sport in creating the opening film featuring Jake Humphrey for the BBC’s coverage of the F1 Monaco Grand Prix. The RTS judges described our film as:  stylish and very well conceived package with all of the elements dovetailing perfectly. The script, colouring and typography echoed a James Bond theme but still managed to make a distinctive creative design statement. Slick, classy and appropriate to its audience, it was beautifully executed.The winners of the RTS Craft & Design Awards 2010/2011 were announced on Monday 21 November. The ceremony was held at the Savoy Hotel, London and was hosted by Myleene Klass.

If you’d like to see how the Monaco Grand Prix film came together you take take a look over here. and if you’d like to see the complete winners list it’s online and available for viewing here.