Image makers, shakers and trendsetters gather for an evening of inspiration and tips from some of the best photographers, editors, publishers and image experts around.
Tickets are free but limited so grab yours now!
A little bit more about what Glug is:
Based around a series of talks and informal networking, Glug has become one of the most exciting, credible and well-attended creative events around. Glug is a community and a platform for bringing together an eclectic mix of creatives from all walks of life. We attract people from all ends of the creative industries, from advertising, graphic design, film & motion graphics, through to fashion, digital, technology & architecture.
Glug started back in 2007 as a handful of mates talking shop in an East London pub. However, what Glug is today, 2017, is nothing like it. We’re proud to be a global movement with an ever-expanding network of over 100.000 people, or Gluggers as we call them. On a regular basis we bring together our community by hosting local chapter events in key hubs & cities around the world.
Our chapters are all that are part of the wider Global Glug franchise network and are run on a voluntary basis by our epic Glug Hosts. We’re a tight knit community with focus on sharing industry insights, knowledge and inspiration to enable everyone in our network to climb up their career ladders.
We attract the big, the small, the upcoming, the disruptors & the established to come and share their stories and on a global level we’ve welcomed names such as Anthony Burrill, Airbnb, B-Reel, Dixon Baxi, Design Studio, Facebook, Google Creative Labs, I Love Dust, Instagram, Jason Bruges Studio, Jon Burgerman, Marc Kremers, Noma Bar, Pentagram, ustwo, Wolff Olins and many, many, maaaany more.
Alongside these regular Glugs, we’ve also run events in conjunction with Adobe, Arts & Business, BBC, D&AD, Deliveroo, GameCity, PickMeUp, Ravensbourne, Spaces, University of the Arts London, and charities such as Shelter. We’ve collaborated with the UN charity ‘Global Goals’, WeTransfer, Computer Arts, Creative Bloq, The Drum, Creative Equal and we’ve been part of many Digital and Design focused festivals around the globe. We keep ourselves busy, but we love collaborations as you can tell.