Gerard Mason
Mar 26, 2020

WFH diary: A sweet father-daughter adventure

AKQA Melbourne's creative technologist documents his WFH experience by way of his daughter's drawings.

AKQA's Gerard Mason and his daughter
AKQA's Gerard Mason and his daughter

When I was asked to document how our day-to-day lives now that we're at home, I initially thought it would be great to take some photos of our house and yard, now that they are the 'office'.

But the problem is, with only me and my six-year-old daughter Georgia at home together, there was no one to take the photos. One of the problems with being isolated!

So Georgia and I decided to make it a project we could do together. Since I started working from home, I’ve rearranged my work day so that we have a few hours in the middle of the day together, and we used this time to write the story, and decided on this list of pictures.

For more WFH diaries, see here. More to come. 

 

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