I helped tell the story of the Greatest Show on earth, and will continue into the Legacy post 2012.
This is my View of what's going on. These Views are mine and not of my employer or the ODA/LOCOG.
Tuesday, 30 March 2010
Had a ride around the Olympic site on the Internal Bus, travelling from the North End of the Park to the South, and the route goes right around the Stadium. And it's now at it's tallest height with the Lights up, and it was good to get close and capture some detail. The Sun Showed it's face too.
Friday, 26 March 2010
Taken from the London 2012 Official Site.
Thursday, 25 March 2010
Tuesday, 23 March 2010
You can list all the events you'd like to see including the Opening & Closing Ceremonies.
Although this isn't a guarantee for tickets, it means you'll be in with a shout at least.
Thursday, 11 March 2010
Cladding on the IBC (International Broadcast Centre) London 2012 Olympic Site, originally uploaded by Andy Wilkes.
External Steelwork is erected on the IBC (International Broadcast Centre)
Friday, 5 March 2010
Detail of the Aquatics Centre roof beams before the cladding is finished.
I can only asume that's a security check box inside the roof. Or it could be an entry or egress point for the roof.
Thursday, 4 March 2010
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) have used one of my pictures on an official Poster Campaign within the park.
see the original Image here: www.flickr.com/photos/andywilkes/3614886864/
Reward & regognition programme for exemplary performance in the area of environment and sustainability.
The link is on the right hand side about 3 links down.
In Pictures :Building contractor Andy Wilkes has been taking pictures of progress
The world may be coming to East London in 2012, but the world is already represented and residing in Hackney, East London.
With the Olympics arriving on their doorstep, BBC World Service will be following the experiences of residents living in one inner city housing estate as they contemplate what the games mean to them and their future.
In this new documentary Great Expectations, BBC World Service will be meeting residents of the estate, whose backgrounds span different corners of the world from Hackney, to amongst others: Jamaica, Turkey, Algeria, Senegal and India.