I love how they were there when I got home I love how she had filled my house with provisions I love that he worked out the routine I love how we talked long and late into the night about honest, real things I love how they both reflected on those honest and real things I love how he uses his hands I love that she say "but, no" and then elucidates the previous point I love how modest he is I love how rambunctious she is I love how flexible they are I love that they are the people I am truly honest with I love that he has to have his breakfast just so I love how he looks after her, with some self-defense or is it self-deprication I love that she pushes on and then looks for him I love that there is sometimes no news I love that when there is no news we get to the good stuff I love that I can show them things I love how much they continue to teach me I love her cuddles I love his hugs I love that they know my new friends I love that we sing together very loudly (and badly) and always have, and that for some reason they believe that I am destined to be (or at least encourage me to be) a mezzo, and when we sing together gorgeous harmonies pop out of nowhere while I sing the melody I love that I know when i'll see them next I hate the distance.
I'm an Australian designer who specialises in digital and cultural work. Most of my career thus far has been on the web, but I'm excited that it's starting to creep out into the real world.
I am the founder of Museum in a Box, making interactive museum objects with simple, fun tech, for wide-as-possible distribution, and I own a company called Good, Form & Spectacle, making design in service to cultural heritage for clients like The British Museum, MoMA, and the Wellcome Trust.
Please visit my LinkedIn profile to find out more about my work.