My exhibition with the London 2012 Inspire Program in London City Hall went well. It’s now taken down to tour a selection of companies, city halls and private venues all partnering with the Inspire Program. Here’s how it was presented…
I’ve been fortunate enough to collaborate with the good people at London 2012 – The Inspire Program – to create a series of images showcasing some of the real people participating in the volunteer programs taking place all over London. These images goes on show at the iconic London City Hall designed by Norman Foster, an architect I feel a special connection to as he also designed the beautiful Elephant House in the Copenhagen zoo. One of my favorite places in the city. You can see a preview of the images below and if you are in London, drop by the city hall from mid-May to see the exhibition. It is of course free of charge.
Boxercise lunch class at Golden Lane
Veronica Franklin Gould, Chief Excutive London Arts Challenge 2012 – a Games-inspired drama workshop involving people with varying degrees of dementia.
Young people excercising at the world’s largest Parkour dedicated facility L.E.A.P, placed in Westminster.
Seeds ready to be sown in Hackney Downs.
Ab Phab Youth Club, for people with and without disabilities, playing Boules in Dagenham.
Georgia from the ‘People’s Record’ project showing her own original Olympic torch from the last London Olympics in 1948.
Mad about Meadows – local volunteers sowing seeds, creating an Olympic Park-inspired meadow in Hackney Downs park.