Insights on the science of happiness in the surprising laboratory of street science, Disneyland's Main Street USA
From enRoute Magazine, Nov. 28, 2013
What makes a city a great place to live – your commute, property prices or good conversation?
From The Guardian, Nov. 1, 2013
Are fortification and foreign aid making Kabul more dangerous?
From The Walrus, Dec., 2008
In Kabul, how might security architecture be changed to foster psychological stability?
From Dwell, Nov. 2008
Once a rough-edged logging town, Portland has become a model of enlightened city-making with plenty of lessons for our own planners.
From Vancouver Magazine, April 2008
Mountain peaks are tumbling as arctic glaciers melt away.
From Canadian Geographic, May/June 2007
Two friends set out to confront -- and save -- the mysterious jaguars of Corcovado Park.
From Reader's Digest, 2007
Before everything went to hell, there was a wave.
From Explore, June 2006
Families from all over Tanna have abandoned their gardens and pigs to join a prophet on the volcano.
From Western Living, October, 2003
Searching for the ghost of Malcolm Lowry in a sleepy Mexican town.
From Vancouver Magazine, October 2002