I am available for work as sketchnote artist, graphic recorder / facilitator, infographic designer, and illustrator.
Sketchnoting is a way of visualizing talks, presentations, brainstorming sessions, and meetings. It’s well-suited for smaller venues, where there may be no room to do a full-size graphic recording.
You will receive high-resolution scans of the images under a Creative Commons license. Other licensing and delivery options on request.
Graphic Recording & Facilitation
Graphic recording is similar to sketchnoting but it takes place on a much larger scale (typically 100x200cm and larger). It creates a focal point for the audience, and an impressive visual record of conferences, meetings, and other public events.
Graphic facilitation is a more interactive process, where I ask questions, and give feedback to flesh out out an idea, develop a product, or map out a project.
It’s well suited for brainstorming sessions, meetings, and business development processes.
You will receive high-resolution photos or scans of the images under a Creative Commons license. Other licensing and delivery options on request.
My infographics reflect the fact that visualizing information is a subjective process. Rather than striving for a perfect result, I embrace the imperfections that come from using paper, glue, and scissors. However, I do use Photoshop for compositing and print production. You will receive a high-resolution pdf under a Creative Commons license. Other licensing and delivery options on request.
I mainly do in-house illustrations for MICT – Media in Cooperation and Transition, and its associated websites, such as The Niles and Correspondents.
I am available for illustration work for books, magazines, newspapers, brochures, and other print products.
You will receive high-resolution scans under a Creative Commons license. Other licensing and delivery options on request.