New Lovie Judges

The Lovie Awards is judged by 450+ European members of The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS), the same judging body that presents our international sister, The Webby Awards.
The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences was founded in 1998 to help drive the creative, technical, and professional progress of the Internet and evolving forms of interactive media.
This year, we are excited to welcome new European members of IADAS to help judge and award the best of the European Internet in The Lovie Awards going forward.
Corinne Vigreux is a Co-Founder of TomTom, the Dutch company that changed the way that people drive through navigation and mapping products, and which is now at the forefront of the tech powering everything from connected vehicles to wearables for fitness tracking, action photography and more.
Vigreux has played an integral role in the creation and development of the company, leading its growth from a small organisation into a global player. She is on the Board of the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Netherlands (CFCI) and co-chairs the Dutch chapter of Women Corporate Directors.
Jane Gorley is the Creative Director of, the former fashion website for the magazines Vogue and W Magazine. is relaunching this year with a new luxury shopping experience, with Gorley at the helm.
Gorley has dedicated herself to combining the luxury world with the limitless possibilities of technology. Her previous roles include Art Director at Net-a-porter’s The Outnet, Design Director at the tech startup DeepMind Technologies, and work on the launch of The Telegraph’s fashion and beauty site.
Jessi Baker is the Founder of Provenance, a real-time data platform that helps bring authenticity and integrity to brands.
She and her team at Provenance place a big emphasis on custom technology to solve their client’s business challenges. Namely, Baker and team are building with blockchain technology, with the idea that companies and brands can hugely benefit from the transaction transparency blockchain delivers.
Matt Taylor is the British astrophysicist at The European Space Agency, who as Project Scientist on the Rosetta Mission, lead the team to successfully land Philae on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, the first mission in human history to do so.
With comets thought to be tied to the very origins of life and planet Earth, the immense, decades-long effort by Taylor and his team has now laid a foundation to power future, and brand-new, data to be collected about our world’s most vast, and most unknown frontier: outer space. The Rosetta Team won the 2015 Lovie Be Greater with Data Award for this work.
Tom Fletcher, 2015 Special Achievement winner, is the former British Ambassador to Lebanon. During his time as Ambassador, Fletcher was astonishingly active on social media, posting almost 10,000 Tweets and used social media as a way to create a closer and more open dialogue between citizens and politicians, particularly in Lebanon.
France’s Louis Pouzin, winner of a Lovie Lifetime Achievement Award, is the creator of the groundbreaking computer network known as CYCLADES, which greatly influenced the future development of TCP/IP protocol.
Although technically retired, Pouzin is still deeply involved with the Internet through his organisation, Open Root, a part of the movement for Alternative DNS roots to those provided under the control of ICANN, The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
Watch our tribute to Pouzin’s great work when we honoured him at The 5th Annual Lovie Awards.