Meet The ADDY Judges

ADDY judging is just around the corner, January 25-26, 2019.  Don’t forget, the deadline to enter is January 15, 2019.  You can enter here.

Let’s meet this year’s judges:

Ted Intorcio Sr. Designer Starz Entertainment
Ted Intorcio
Sr. Designer
Starz Entertainment

Ted has been doing promotional motion graphics design work since 1995. He received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon with graduate work in the Visual Communication Design Department at Kent University. Starting at WUAB in Cleveland, he went on to work at WKYC, TBS, TNT and Starz, where he’s currently employed as a senior designer. Working on a variety of promotional projects for shows like Spartacus, American Gods, Power, Outlander and many others, Ted’s current role includes art direction for shoots, motion graphics design, both 2D & 3D, and branding and promotional content for Starz and Encore channels for both domestic and international outlets. In his free time, he publishes comics and graphic novels for Tinto Press, his own start-up company.




Kelly Cooper Art Director, Designer, Illustrator
Kelly Cooper
Art Director, Designer, Illustrator

Kelly is an independent creative director, designer and illustrator out of Tampa, FL. She spends her days as a hired gun for Fortune 500s, global ad agencies, and some of the world’s most beloved brands — most notably Audi, HBO, Lyft, Milk, Ripley’s Believe It or Not and The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism.  Though it’s hard to pick a favorite, not much beats a client meeting in the Bahamas.  Most recently, Kelly’s work was awarded with the One Club, Communication Arts, and the American Advertising Federation.  Less recently, (5th grade to be exact) she won the Walt Disney Dreamers and Doers Award. This honor means the most to her because it’s a prize only bestowed on a student who exemplifies the four qualities that Walt himself deemed necessary to making dreams come true: curiosity, confidence, courage and constancy.



Jon Mueller Creative Director BBDO
Jon Mueller
Creative Director

Jon’s career in advertising began as an art director some 13 years ago in Washington, DC. From there, he headed west for a four-year stint with CP+B in Boulder, CO where he was a go-to creative for Domino’s, Burger King, VW, and Old Navy. In 2012, Jon made the trek back east to BBDO in Atlanta, where he has done work for AT&T, Voya, and was one of the creative leads for Norwegian Cruise Line’s rebranding and “Feel Free” campaign. He also leads the creation of the Georgia Lottery’s nationally recognized broadcast work, which has helped them become one of the most successful lotteries in the country.

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