I am a sociologist of organization, and my approach is distinguished by the propensity to look at organizing as a form of wayfaring. Namely, a process of stumbling and exploration through a thicket of symbolic and material resources, practices of bodily coordination, and recurring possibilities for enacted improvisation. My monograph, "Everything Gardens and Other Stories: Growing Transition Culture", is precisely an attempt at applying this approach to make sense of the micro-negotiations, whereby the Transition Towns movement emerges.