Cross Industry Collaboration Award

Cross Industry Collaboration Award

The Cross Industry Collaboration Award celebrates individuals bringing creative disciplines together. Read about the 2016 nominees.

Damon Albarn Damon Albarn

From pop to opera and musical theatre, Damon Albarn has crossed musical boundaries.

Sam Barlow Sam Barlow

A police procedural game told in a unique way, Sam Barlow's 'Her Story' has opened up new creative possibilities in videogaming.

Sophie Cornish & Holly Tucker, Sophie Cornish & Holly Tucker,

Nominated for a 2016 Creative Industries Council award, has created a succesful platform for showcasing and selling products from original small UK creative businesses.

Jessica Curry Jessica Curry

From memorable music scores for video games to haunting sound installations, Jessica Curry has broken boundaries. 

Sarah Ellis, RSC (Winner) Sarah Ellis, RSC (Winner)

How Sarah Ellis is building digital partnerships at the RSC.

Lee Hicken & Simon Zimmerman, Hebe Works Lee Hicken & Simon Zimmerman, Hebe Works

From innovative newspapers to creative data platforms, Hebe Works is a new-style media company.

Helen Marriage, Artichoke Trust Helen Marriage, Artichoke Trust

Arthichoke's Lumiere and London's Burning festivals have helped redefine how public art works.

Grayson Perry Grayson Perry

Potter, curator, thinker, television-maker - Grayson Perry works acros many different creative formats.

Nikhil Shah, Mixcloud Nikhil Shah, Mixcloud

Mixcloud provides a showcase for the creativity of musicians, radio stations, Podcasters and others.

James Walker, Channel 4 James Walker, Channel 4

From acclaimed Paralympics ad campaigns to the launch of sci-fi drama, 'Humans', James Walker has driven innovation in Channel 4's marketing.

VIEW: Judging the Cross Industry Collaboration Award VIEW: Judging the Cross Industry Collaboration Award

Creatives need to keep evolving platforms and distribution to connect with consumers.

2016 CIC International Award 2016 CIC International Award

The Creative Industries Council International Award recognises individuals leading creative organisations or initiatives that have achieved international creative and commercial success.