The Brand Impact Awards are judged by an expert panel from world-class agencies including Superunion, Taxi Studio and The Clearing, as well as branding experts who've worked client-side for top brands such as the BBC, Virgin, Barclays and British Heart Foundation. Judges are given three key criteria: firstly, a strong concept that’s appropriate for the client; secondly, beautiful and consistent execution across two or more touchpoints; and finally, branding that stands head and shoulders above the rest of its market sector.

Thank you to all the judges taking part in the Brand Impact Awards 2019. 

Ashley is a creative director at BBC Creative and heads up the digital and innovation work across the whole portfolio, winning many awards along the way. For the last five years Ashley has inspired the department to find new and innovative ways to reach a new and younger audience on shows like Killing Eve, Blue Planet and Line of Duty. Previously Ashley worked at Global Radio for 10 years, heading up their Creative Digital team, working on brands like Amazon, British Airways and Center Parcs.
As Chief Design Officer at Wolff Olins, Chris has pushed the creative bar and produced provocative design work that makes the world sit up, take notice and smile. He has worked with innovative organisations such as Virgin, McKinsey, Google and PwC.  He has been published in rhe Guardian, Campaign, Fast Company and is a regular contributor to The Drum. He has also spoken at Barcelona Design Week, Web Summit, D&AD and the BBC.
Stuart is the Executive Creative Director at Superunion. His work has been consistently recognized, winning over 100 awards including 30 D&AD Pencils, Clios, Design Weeks, New York Art Directors and New York Festivals and Cannes Lions. Stuart is also a regular judge of some of the industry’s most prestigious awards and has spoken at events for D&AD, Typo Circle, DesignYatra and TYPO Berlin, among others.
Miles Marshall is an Internationally awarded creative director at the branding agency, Turner Duckworth. With nearly a decade of experience, Miles and his team have helped transform some of the world’s most iconic brands. Miles prides himself on his ability to create designs that are likeable, shareable and that most importantly enrich people’s lives.
Jack runs a creative branding agency, wittily titled Jack Renwick Studio, based in Whitechapel, London with 8 designers who are more talented than her. She is a multi-award winning designer with a strong passion for ideas and has worked on a huge variety of projects over the past 20 years for clients including Amnesty International, British Heart Foundation, BBC, eBay, Royal Mail, Sir Elton John and Stella McCartney. 
As one of the founding partners of brand consultancy The Clearing, Andy leads the creative development for Wimbledon, Southampton FC, Ascot, McLaren, Lidl and many major clients. His expertise spans the full spectrum of visual disciplines – from digital to physical environments. Awarded over more years than he cares to be reminded, Andy brings an irresistible craft to client brands.
Clare is Brand Director and Head of Customer Experience at Virgin Group. She  has worked in marketing and advertising for over 15 years with the majority of her career in advertising agencies including JWT, TBWA\ and M&C Saatchi. She has the enviable task of ensuring the Virgin Companies are delivering fantastic experiences both in the current day and age as well as being well prepared for future.
Jane is Head of Marketing at the V&A where she has created many high-profile campaigns for major exhibitions and gallery openings, and been part of the team who transformed the V&A brand into one of the most successful in its sector. Previously Jane worked for a number of leading arts organisations including the National Theatre and the Royal Opera House. 
Millie is currently Head of Design (International) at MOO and has been with the company for 5 years. Prior to taking this in house role she worked for a range of large agencies internationally including Pentagram and 2x4. In her current role at MOO Millie loves to inspire her wonderful team of designers to deliver fresh and engaging creative.
Juliet is Chief Commercial Officer at Ascot Racecourse. Over the past 15 years she has developed a wide range of skills within the business of sport driving brand development and revenue generation across a portfolio of income streams to maximise value (profit) for the brand.