We also talked about graphic recording, with the idea that readers of Avenue Magazine might be interested to find out more about this cool and strange job description that has somehow ended up being mine. I wasn't exactly sure what the outcome of our conversation would look like, so imagine my surprise when I heard that it showed up in this month's edition of Avenue. (Thanks, Andrew!!)
Hence my attempt to actually put a few new pictures up on this site, in case readers actually head over here to take a look at what this is all about. You can find out more about graphic recording here. This blog is the place I try to post pictures of whatever I'm currently working on or wondering about. In 2015, I've been fortunate to have had so many opportunities to work on cool projects, that there's been very little time for me to post anything. So here's a "catch-up" post with pictures from a few recent projects, to give you some idea of what graphic recording is all about - at least in my version of this practice. If you'd like to learn about this from the official source, I'd recommend checking out the International Forum of Visual Practitioners. They are holding their annual conference in Austin, Texas, in about a week! I won't be able to make it there this time around, but check it out - there might still be room for you there!
The copyright for all of the pictures of the work I did for the organizations mentioned below, is owned by the organizations (as listed in the section titles). That's how it works: after I draw it at your event, it is now yours to keep! Thanks to all of these organizations for allowing me the permission to use the images here, in order to let some of those Avenue readers have a glimpse of some local graphic recording.
And apologies that these online images are really too small to do justice to the detail in the original images. You can also take a look at my photo gallery, in which there are a few more close-ups from past projects.