Mar 16 2013
I am currently including graphic/visual facilitation and the use of collaborative graphic processes with my face to face work. I am also working on developing a practice to do this online . I am available to graphically record live events, use graphic work as part of a group facilitation, train and encourage other graphic/visual facilitators, do live event sketchnotes, and generally play with visuals with my clients. If you are looking for a straight up graphic recorder, I suggest you check the practitioners listed on the International Forum of Visual Practitioner’s site. There are many amazing recorders.
I am also offering graphic recording and facilitation workshops. I have a wiki where I’m collecting graphic facilitation/recording resources. Feel free to join and contribute! One thing that many people appreciate are sources of inspiration for icons and images. I am proud to host Michael Erickson’s amazing cartoon-centric image gallery, and I have collected images here and here (this last one is a harvest over time of images created in our workshops during “icon jams!) I have been halfheartedly curating a Pinterest board as well.
The addition of graphic work has emerged in the past 8 years. Two streams main streams dominate. One is the power of visuals to bridge and help us build meaning together. The other is the pleasure and satisfaction creating visual pieces brings to my life and work. I used to deny the latter, saying “I’m not an artist,” or “I’m not good enough.” Finally I realized that it was part of my practice. So now I embrace it, with all it’s joy and imperfection. Below you can see thumbnails of my work. Click into any image for a bigger picture (hosted on Flickr.)
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