Special Edition of #walkingtoworktoday: Heading to Gesture Theory in Soho

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This morning was my first day heading back to Soho now that I’m at Gesture Theory. In the upcoming days I’ll be documenting some of the things that got me to this point, the office setup, some of the things we’re up to and other miscellanoues stuff that comes with opening a firm in NYC. For now, here’s what my route looked today.

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  • David Airey

    Love the Flat Iron. Iconic. Sadly, I didn’t get a decent shot of it to bring back from last week.

    Have you switched jobs, Michael? Started up a partnership?

  • http://designnotes.info/ michaelsurtees

    Too bad you didn’t mention that you we’re coming to NYC, I could have passed on a couple places to check out or even shared a beer.

    Yes, my business partner was the lead developer at the startup that I was working at before I joined Behavior. Now Roy and I are Gesture Theory which is something I’ve been dreaming of for very long time.

  • David Airey

    It would’ve been great to go for a drink, and I want to return for the purpose of meeting designers I’ve come to know online/through our blogs. The trip was a kind of belated honeymoon, given how Cat and I spent a lot of money renovating our new home immediately after the wedding. So I thought it best to leave the meet-ups for (hopefully) another time soon.

    Very happy for you with the switch to Gesture Theory. I’d love to know how business progresses. All the best to you and Roy.

  • http://designnotes.info/ Michael Surtees

    That’s totally understandable, plus there’s only so many things one person can do on a trip. Looking forward to when you visit again and hope that you enjoyed your time while you were here.

  • http://twitter.com/malesherbez Chris Hamby

    Welcome back to Soho. I did a double-take during the last few shots – I work on the exact same block!

  • http://designnotes.info/ Michael Surtees

    Cool to hear, thanks

  • Anonymous

    I want to goto that place.. Sure i will go there..
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