Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprise
Winners 2015

Winners of the 2015 Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprise

Winners of the 2015 Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprise. Photo: Amit Lennon

Michael Tougher
Glasgow School of Art | MA Product Design Engineering
Michael Tougher: Inventor. Making what does not exist. Pushing the boundaries of innovation and what is possible.

Film & Photography
Eleanor Wright and Jillian Engelhard Fosten
Norwich University of the Arts | BA (hons) Animation & BA (hons) Film
The Unique Mind of Alexandra Mackie is a three-part art house documentary series exploring a young, blind woman’s imagination.

Fine Art
Eleanor Gibson with Emily Parker and Georgie Parker
Newcastle University | BA (hons) Architecture
To transform the online magazine Foci into an interactive digital art form where university students exhibit work, develop ideas and connect.

Vincent Bruggeman
Guildhall School of Music & Drama | BA (hons) Vocal Performance provides learning tools for classical singers. These tools are divided into three categories: recordings, manuscripts and videos.

Daniel Thompson with Ilayda Arden, Oli Back and Melanie Grossenbacher)
Brunel University | MA Digital Games: Theory and Design
Block Stop create live video games. Their project will develop interest in their work and a legacy for future Games.

The runners up

Ting Ye with Abigail Summerfield
University of the Arts London | MA Material Futures
Ting and Abigail believe in designing sustainably for the future and are passionate about textiles. They created The Design Mine.

Film & Photography
Inés Duemig
London College of Communication | MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography graduate
Apart together: A social documentary project with young women coming to Europe as Refugees to regain their lost dignity.

Fine Art
Sean Steadman
Royal Academy of Arts | MA Fine Art
Sean Steadman is going to travel to the Amazon Rainforest and make a book published in Rio de Janeiro.

Guy Baron with Aviram Barath and Robin Paul Braum
Goldsmiths, University of London | MMus Creative Practice
An artist collective that seeks to introduce new and unconventional approaches to music production and to empower young, innovative musicians.

Maisy Taylor (with Michelle Ross, Laura Overton, Alice Gilmartin, Claudia Hughes, Kate Hill, Natalie James)
National Centre for Circus Arts | BA (hons) Circus Arts
Brand new all female contemporary circus company The Cirquettes launch their début show “A Day in the Life”.

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