Luke Gifford now runs his own consultancy (Luke Charles) but earlier this millennium he was an Art Director working at Wolff Olins and was one of the team who worked on the London 2012 project. At the time, the identity for the London 2012 Olympics was subject to much negative media scrutiny but it was fully implemented and subsequently there has been revisionist thinking about the identity and its influence on the success of the London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The talk will be an interesting insight into the inception of the project, the creative process and how the hostile media reception was dealt with.
The evening will be hosted by quiz master Colin McHenry and Becky Chilcott.There will be special prizes for the winning team, spot prizes and a raffle. Tickets include entry to the quiz, a free drink (there is a cash only pay bar), and food for you and your guests.
Teams can be up to eight people. If you would like to come by yourself, we will happily find some team mates for you on the night. Friends and family are all welcome. Places are limited so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.