It is said that when the pose becomes most difficult, that’s when it truly begins.
–My yoga instructor
The first time I saw Professor Angus’ work I went mute, all I could see were insects….hundreds upon hundreds of insects. It was only when I stepped back, allowed myself a wider lens that I saw pattern, rhythm and story. And that’s life at the School of Human Ecology – up close you may see only bits and pieces, data or insects, virtual reality or built environment – but quickly it starts to poke, nagging you to take that bigger perspective. Sure, I get a little “romantic” when I talk about my job – where else could I partner with a psychologist, an economist, an interior architect and an artist to solve a real-world problem (it’s the start of a helluva story….a scientist, an economist, an artist walk into a bar…)