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Makeshift: Trade

24 Jun 2013
In: Design Inspiration, Kabul
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Congratulations to the Makeshift Team on Issue 6: Trade. There’s something about making the cover that brings on a smile.
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The Wedding Photos

09 Jun 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Xuhui
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China’s booming wedding photo industry alive and well in my neighbourhood. Researching in third and fourth tier cities its fairly common in home visits to find …
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Wedding Photos

01 Jun 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Phnom Penh
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A Shift From the Visual

24 Nov 2011
One of the perks this work is that you get to experience things a little off the beaten path – whether its remote vistas, …
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Connected Kiosks

It’s that time of the year again – where I take a month off from travel to apply for a new passport (or in this …
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Insert Your Head Here

25 Aug 2010
In: Cultural Norms, Mazar e Sharif
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A headless couple advertising wedding photography services – Photoshop skills are fairly sophisticated here – with the background, heads and extras such as basking lions …
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From ‘Is this You’ to ‘This Is Me’

17 Aug 2010
In: Future Perfect, Kabul
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The security protocols for working in Afghanistan dictate that the driver doesn’t hold up the name of the person they are picking up, but …
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Roof Top Blues

14 Aug 2010
In: Today's Office, Xuhui
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A day wrapped around local media interviews and the inevitable photo shoot. When it’s nudging 40-degrees-and-humid there’s nowhere better than the reflective properties of a …
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Personality Cults

06 Jun 2010
In: Ashgabat, Today's Office, Turkmenistan
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A few days ad-hoccing in Turkmenistan (map) before hopping onto the next. This is the home of the cult of personality, the personality of Gurbanguly …
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03 Jun 2010
In: Cultural Norms, Pudong
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That passport photo that you’re embarrassed to share with friends? That’s now open to public consumption thanks to Chinese immigration. All passports are scanned as …
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