Internationally recognised architect, Jerry Anderson is acknowledged as the foremost authority on the design of temporary facilities and venues, in the sport and major event industry, as well as a leading force in shaping 21st century Olympics. The dominant theme in Jerry Anderson's career has been the Olympic Games. He has directed and managed planners and architects in Atlanta, Sydney, Salt Lake City, Athens and Beijing. Also, an author of the innovative London 2012 Olympic Park master plan and the venue plan for all of the London Olympic venues, with an approach that marks the next stage in the evolution of the Olympics. Jerry has been at the forefront of the discussion, stressing high quality design within temporary architecture and overlay, which he has now taken forward as the driving force behind the Sochi Olympic Park and the other Sochi venues for the 2014 Winter Games. Jerry worked extensively with the IOC, setting up the Venue Guidelines and Standards for Olympic Venues. And his expertise is taught to designers through seminars and work sessions.