The Wait Is Over: The 2022 B&T 30 Under 30 Awards Shortlist Is Here!

The Wait Is Over: The 2022 B&T 30 Under 30 Awards Shortlist Is Here!
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Spoilers! Check Out The 30 Under 30 Winners Announced on The 31st of March HERE.

Okay, you’re antsy. And who could blame you? You’ve worked your heart out to get where you are and you deserve to be recognised for it.

Well, be antsy no more, because the shortlist for the 2022 B&T 30 Under 30 Awards is finally here! No more incessant refreshing, no more tossing-and-turning in your sleep, no more double-checking your chakras are properly aligned for this moment.

Out of the 343 who applied, our team of all-elite, hot shot judges have whittled it down to a shortlist of the best and the brightest our industry has to offer (that are under the age of 30, obviously).

The 2022 B&T 30 Under 30 Awards will be held Thursday, 31 March at The Factory Theatre in Marrickville. To avoid contracting a nasty case of FOMOitis, be sure to snap up those tickets here.

And before we get into the juicy stuff, please take the time to make sure your name and company are spelled correctly. After all your hard work, the last thing you want is a typo on your precious trophy. If there are any spelling errors, please contact romy@themisfits.media by the March 15th.

And now, without further adieu, your shortlist for the 2022 B&T 30 Under 30 Awards!

Agency Sales/Account Manager

Conor Riordan, Kaimera

Courtney Devereux, Clear Hayes Consulting

Georgia Moulis, BMF

Henrietta Corley, TABOO

Jaime Mills-Blayney, Foundation

Kimberley Leopoldo, Hatched

Laura Brady, Wavemaker

Linh Diep, Special Group

Lisa Leicester, OMD

Rachel McEwen, Cummins&Partners

Rebecca Grant, Special Group

Sally Cartmell, Southern Cross Austereo

Sofie Spelta, Alpha Digital

Sophie Perry, Dig Agency

Tarlyn McStay, Playground XYZ

Creative

Charlie White, Squeak E. Clean Studios

Hannah Lawson, DDB Sydney

Jack Elliott, Wunderman Thompson

Jackson Holst, Jack Morton Australia

Jeffrey Seeff, Special Group

Joel Grunstein, Special Group

Katie Kidd, The Monkeys part of Accenture Interactive

Lizzie Wood, The Monkeys part of Accenture Interactive

Margot Alais, Paper + Spark

Meredith Besseling, TBWA Sydney

Nicholas Hall, Man of Many

Phillip Robbie, Abel

Sammy Hall, BMF

Shaun McFarlane, Special Group Australia

Entrepreneur

Alon Abraham, TAG Direct

Anthony Kwok, ZILIO

Carla Schesser, Five by Five

Cormac Gray, Top Tier Marketing

Ellen Weigall, BABY Pink Gin

Emily Bobis, Compass IoT

Franz Phillip Siasat, Zolo

Hayden Shiels, Events Engine Pty Ltd

Jack Toohey, Sure Studios

Matt Herbert, Tracksuit

Matt Travers, Sunny Digital

Taylor Fielding, TFM Digital

Teagan West, Free Folk Agency

Tiffany Ng, The Social Story

Veronica Cremen, Vonnimedia

Marketing

Alex McCann, Reload Media

Annie Lucchitti, Unilever

Bertie Ocampo, Shopify

Bronte Davy, The University of Queensland

Caroline Jessett, JSHealth Vitamins

Emily Fisher, Uber

Jason Khoury, McDonald’s Australia

Jessica Horgan, Sparro

Josh Gowing, Megaphone Marketing

Joshua Pickstone, Uber Eats

Krishma Sood, The Arnott’s Group

Mads Hallett, Mr Yum

Shiana Gunasekera, Blackdot

Siobhan McGeown, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)

Tessa Whittaker, Asahi Beverages Australia (Carlton & United Breweries)

Media Planner/Buyer

Amanda Thomsen, The University of Queensland

Danielle Galipienzo, Initiative

Elizabeth Murrel-Marsh, OMD

Emily Shanks, MediaCom

Jessica Lane, CHEP Network

Joanna Szkurat, Zenith Media

Joshua Harrison, Bohemia Group

Justin Arlt, Initiative

Kate O’Loughlin, Initiative

Katherine Pochroj, MediaCom

Sam Chadwick, Wavemaker

Simon Conyard, Wavemaker

Sophia Roche-West, Starcom

Summer Treseder, Initiative Australia

Veronica Cremen, Vonnimedia

Will Ridley, Atomic 212°

Media Sales/Account Manager

Annika Kemp, TikTok

Alex Tran, Twitch

Chloe Moo, Nine

Daniel Macinante, News Corp

Declan Peach, Universal McCann

Giorgia Tavalla, Yahoo

Jacqueline Ingram, oOh!media

Jaimee Wiggins, Pedestrian Group

Jamie Sayvong, Twitter

John McMahon, Luxity Media

Kim Dao, Yahoo

Maddie Basso, Captify

Mina Vanessa Kitsos, Pedestrian Group

Rosalinde Czysnok, News Corp Australia

Simone Tison, Cashrewards

PR

Anastasiia Nazarenko, Palin Communications

Annabelle Nielsen, Cartology – Part of the Woolworths Group

Brittney Rigby, DDB Group Australia

Caroline Roe, Bastion Amplify

Chloe Fitzgerald, Cox Inall Change

Danika Gregg, The Comms Crew

Dede Stewart, Clear Hayes Consulting

Ellie Thomas, Ogilvy PR

Emilie Paige Dye, GT Communications

Hamish Walsh, Palin Communications

Lana Pham, 10 ViacomCBS

Miles Alexander, Thrive PR + Communications

Nastasia Marjanovic, Straight Up PR

Sophie Willis, Bethesda Softworks

Tess Fisher, tide.pr

Project Manager

Aaron Gill, Pedestrian Group

Ben Fearnley, Captive Vision Outdoor

Cherie Kim, TikTok

Chloe McKenzie, OMD

Elyssia Antonatos, Cheil

Emily Barlow, Broadsheet Media

Gabrielle Mills, Playground XYZ

Georgia Turner, Pedestrian Group

Kirsty Judges, The Works

Millie-Mae Twort, The Works

Pru Morgan, Initiative

Sofia Fuller-Smith, Pedestrian Group

Soujanya Datta, Finder

Stefania Barba, The Company We Keep

Uvani Appanna, Banter

Strategy

Alexandra Wright, Foxtel Media

Anouk Kalaf, JCDecaux

Camille Gray, Initiative

Charlotte Goodsir, The Monkeys part of Accenture Interactive

David Szanto, Orchard Marketing

Eugenia Yeung, Reprise

Jessica Sutanto, BMF

Joseph Cilia, Seven West Media

Joshua Green, Spark Foundry

Joshua Hogg, Initiative

Jun Bin Liew (Ray), Brand Catalyser

Kate Napoli, Alt/Shift

Kimberly Dolengowski, Foundation

Lucy Batchelor, The Works

Natalie Sareff, Spark Foundry

Serena Lee, Merkle Australia

Tech

Adriaan Janse van Rensburg, Merkle Australia 

Alexandra Maciver, The Trade Desk

Aurelia Harjono, Sparro

Daniel Lakajev, The Trade Desk

Emmalee Crellin, Yahoo

Georgina Evans, Reprise

Jazz Lawler, Resolution Digital

Katie Skelly, Eucalyptus

Maddi Skeggs, Inlight

Maxx Bethke, Essence

Sean Knight-Braniff, Annalect Australia

Taylor Seymour, Unruly

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