At an awards ceremony held at the Savoy in London, the winners of the RTS Craft & Design Awards were announced. The documentary/factual and non-drama winner for the photography category was Charlie Hamilton James, Jamie McPherson and Simon Werry for Natural World -Victoria Falls, Halcyon Media for BBC Two, while the sound award for entertainment and non-drama went to John Rogerson and the Halo Sound Team for Richard Hammond’s Invisible Worlds, Halo Post Production/BBC Productions for BBC One. The tape and film editing award category for documentary/factual went to Caroline Richards and Julien Temple, for Requiem for Detroit, Films of Record for BBC Two. The lighting and multi-camera award went to Dave Davey for his work on the ITV Studios for ITV1 series Dancing on Ice. The BBC Natural History for BBC One documentary Inside the Perfect Predator won the graphic design – program content sequence award, which went to Jellyfish Pictures and Burrell Durrant Hifle. The design & craft innovation award went to the Maverick new media team for its work on TV and innovative web content for shows like Embarrassing Bodies and How to Look Good Naked.
- Summit ’18