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Interactive Annual 19
Meet the Jury

Dave Curry
Executive Director of Interactive

Dave Curry, executive director of interactive at Seattle, Washington-based POP is a passionate leader in the digital field whose conceptual skills and talent have produced award-winning work for a wide-ranging client base. With more than fifteen years of interactive under his belt, Curry has collaborated with hundreds of clients including Nintendo, Microsoft, Nike, AT&T, EA Games, PBS and Target. He has written for Advertising Age broadcasted his thoughts over the airwaves of American Public Media and his work recognized in Communication Arts, The FWA, Graphis, Print, The Seattle Show and Webby Awards.

Perry Fair
Chief Creative Officer
JWT Atlanta, Dallas and Houston

Perry Fair, chief creative officer and head of JWT Atlanta, Dallas and Houston, began his career as an intern at Wieden+Kennedy on Nike before returning to graduate from Clark Atlanta University and The Creative Circus. He then joined Burrell, winning and working on adidas, TRUTH, Coca-Cola, Sprite, Toyota, Lexus, P&G and McDonald’s. He went on to The True Agency as associate creative director on Nissan and Infiniti before migrating to Element79 as lead writer for Gatorade and Propel. Returning to The True Agency as executive creative director, Fair then worked for TBWA\Chiat\Day where he launched social, mobile, gaming and integrated platforms and won multiple awards for his Nissan work. As digital executive creative director at GreyNYC he won the agency's first digital agency of record. He then became co-chief digital officer of Mullen and launched work for Google GoMo, Google Galaxy Nexus and FAGE.

Sophie Henry
Director of User Experience

Sophie Henry, director of user experience at Oakland, California-based Comrade, has more than sixteen years of user experience design expertise. She has created interfaces for websites, software applications, kiosks, interactive TV, GPS and mobile devices. Henry considers her role a key bridge between marketing, engineering, product development and creative departments and, leading by example, guides teams of user experience strategists and designers to work collaboratively to address and resolve usability challenges within the business and technical constraints of each project. A former software engineer at Hewlett Packard, she supervised the development of software to be localized in eleven languages. She holds a MS in human factors engineering from Virginia Tech and an engineering degree in computer science.

Scott Prindle
Partner/Chief Digital Officer
Made Movement

Scott Prindle, partner/chief digital officer at Made Movement in Boulder, Colorado, spent ten years as a developer and technology director at R/GA Interactive in New York City where he led the development of innovative digital platforms including At CP+B he helped lead the build-out of agency’s digital capabilities, including software development, emerging media innovation, mobile, social and digital strategy. Prindle was instrumental in helping CP+B achieve Digital Agency of the Year three times (and twice as runner-up) in five years. He is co-chair for 4A's Creative Technologist Committee, on the board of directors for Boulder Digital Works and was recognized this year by Adweek as one of the industry's Top Ten Technologists.

Madison Wharton Marks
Executive Director of Production
The Barbarian Group

Madison Wharton Marks is the executive director of production at the New York office of The Barbarian Group, where she oversees the production of all of TBG's digital and video executions. Prior to Barbarian, Wharton Marks was the head of integrated production at Momentum Worldwide and before that was a producer at CP+B and Her experience ranges from digital, broadcast and experiential with American Express, Coca Cola, Burger King and Microsoft and she's received awards from Cannes, the Clios and D&AD.

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