We were lucky enough to have travel photographer, Philip Lee Harvey in the studio this week to inspire our team and share his stories from a career that's taken him around the world. For an hour we were transported from West Africa to South America to Papua New Guinea and just about everywhere in-between, looking at incredible faces, intense colours and impossible landscapes covered in trees and snow and dust and concrete.
For our latest Well I Never extravaganza, we invited our friends at Jason Bruges Studio to Camden for a chat about great immersive experiences to inspire our team about the possibilities for installation and interactive artworks in design.
You may have seen their work in the form of the digital fountains at Westfield Stratford City, the New Year's countdown projection that illuminated London on the 1st January or the sculptural More4 idents among other things; each piece is a bespoke creation and a feat in design thinking.
Next week, as part of our on going Well I Never series of talks, the team at 20.20 will be hearing from England Women rugby star Nolli Waterman.
Nolli became the youngest woman to represent her country in international competitions at the age of 18 and has since gone beyond 50 caps for England. She will be speaking to our team about teamwork, collaboration, and what it takes to be a world cup winner.
Our first Well I Never event of the year took place this week, and we invited guest speaker, Joanna Yates to the studio to inspire us with a talk on the power of personal narratives. Joanna founded Spark London, a live storytelling club meeting three Mondays of every month in venues across the city.