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Subodh Deshpande

Subodh was fascinated early in life, by creation, by Mad Magazine, by graffiti, by cinema – he wanted to create. He found happiness decoding the meaning of brands as a brand planner in an ad agency. He joined Innate Motion recently to help brands find their human purpose. He loves writing about the world that surrounds and intrigues him. He wishes to someday spend all his time writing about things and phenomena that make him wonder is it just him or do others also see this? He lives in Singapore.

Singapore,

Lucia Neva

A founding partner of Visual Signo, Lucia is a graphic designer and anthropologist with deep expertise in the use and exploration of methodologies for the analysis of the visual through design principles and anthropological thinking. She has more than 10 years of experience as a graphic designer, semiotician, and researcher delivering cultural and design insight, semiotic strategies and research for companies in a wide range of sectors. Lucia has worked as a professor, researcher for research and marketing strategies agencies, semiotician, and independent graphic design consultant.

London, UK

Caroline Pearce

Caroline is a freelance academic and writer. Her current research focuses on the politics of emotion, analysing the rising political and public interest in happiness. Caroline has a BA in Sociology from the University of Derby and an MA in Sociology from the University of Manchester. Her past research has explored the experience of grief and loss and examined the role of emotions in qualitative research. She’s also worked as a research assistant at Loughborough University undertaking qualitative research into the experience of spinal injury. Caroline writes a blog: https://politicsofthehap.wordpress.com where you can find more of her work.

London, UK