Work is play

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As some of you discovered last weekend, I have a new job. For the past four years, I’ve been building towards a career move. I made a great leap forward when I got a new job at the beginning of 2009. It was my first agency job, and it was great. I was permitted to test out new apps for clients and I was able to build a good knowledge base for social media marketing, advertising and community relations. This was recognized by Calder Bateman, and after weeks of discussions, meetings and interviews in March, I earned myself a job offer… which I accepted.

And while the work I’ve started on is tremendously compelling, I wanted to brag a bit about my office. Mostly because, since I’ve been out of school, I’ve never had my own office.

I’ve sat in large, open rooms, cubicles, the oil-soaked, shag-carpet-festooned back office of a garage… I’ve even worked jobs where there WAS no office. I had to work OUTSIDE. IN THE SUNSHINE. Can you believe that?

Anyhow, some of my friends were curious to see my new office (featuring a door!) so this weekend when I was in doing a few work-y things, I snapped a few images of my office, and some of the decorations adorning it. Enjoy the nerdfest!

3 Responses to “Work is play”

  1. Liam
    April 16, 2010 at 12:43 pm #

    Sweet office, Adam (and congrats on the job)!
    The Calder Bateman building is a really cool building.


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