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The 10 Emotional Stages of Working in High Risk Environments

04 Mar 2013
In: Afghanistan, Research Methods
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I wrote the following article for a research paper
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Ticket Gate Experience

01 Oct 2012
In: Design Inspiration, Vienna
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It’s been a while since I’ve passed through Vienna, pleasantly surprised at the balance between the functional aspects of the airport such as the information …
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SECOM

14 Aug 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Tokyo
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SECOM sticker, a Tokyo classic.
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Welcome. With Conditions.

25 Jul 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Mission District
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How this church deals with the “welcome to the house of (our) god” versus a high level of street break-ins – security gates inside the …
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Yesterday’s Office

20 Jul 2012
In: Lake Kivu, Today's Office
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Memories of Tim Burton’s Batman. Arrived late into Sante Fe with a few dollars, a backback and teenage energy planning to eventually meet up with a …
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00

18 Jan 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Shanghai
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Brands in context – Chinese ATM, with a 00.
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Red Security Red

25 Sep 2011
In: Beijing, Cultural Norms
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Police & Thieves

25 Aug 2011
In: Lagos, Today's Office
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Been enjoying some late night/early morning walks through the urban landscape that is distinctly Lagos – dark streets puntuated up by small groups huddled around …
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Bag, Unattended

21 Jun 2011
In: Cultural Norms, Seoul
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A long weekend cruising around Seoul, including refills in many fine coffee establishments. This photo captures one of those fine ‘I’m not back home’ feeling …
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Managing Expectations in the Org

11 Apr 2011
In Cairo for a week of client research, workshops and keynotes – its good to be back in this great country – my fourth visit …
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