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Helping make the ordinary ExtraordinERY. Creator of the ERY Method.
Affectionately known in the Experience Design world as the Dulle Lama, my role is to guide others through the world of Experience Design and help them develop, plan, and even co-design experiences that are as unique as themselves through creative techniques.
No Goods or Services need to remain fixed in an over commoditized business when the possibility to shift into the Experience Economy is obtainable.
Creator of the world’s first thINKery and the ERY Method of Experience Design for the non-designer.
The ERY Method is a powerful and creative word-play tool to help Experience Designers and the non-designer explore the possibilities of staging an experience.
Developed as a tool to help Goods and Services shift from the traditional commoditized business model to that of an Experience while keeping true to their core business.
If you have not experienced the ERY Method, then you have not experienced a more playful and imaginative event in design.
The things you may not know about me, but you think they might be true.
1. Production Architect (retired) My formal training allows me to look at the physical space and see the possibilities, imagine the wonders as the place becomes a stage.
2. Artist of Multiple Practices
Beyond my cartoonish capturings you see about most of the campfires here, I am a practicing illustrator, sculpture, and upcycle artist. I see the world as a gallery filled with wonderful art just waiting to be revealed.
3. Son of a Criminal Investigator.
My father passed on one unique skill set. The ability to see the absent. Solving problems and identifying solutions is more about resolving the ideas, issues, and opportunities unseen by most, than it is about what is apparent and visible. This practice I continue using in my approach to Experience Design.
I have combined all my talents and skills to aide others through Un-workshops and individual guidance to help them make the ordinary extraordinary.