Graphic recording helps deepen the public’s engagement with the humanities using live, visual storytelling.
Julia helped researchers with the Diverse Corn Belt project visually map what a systems shift might look like if a new crop were introduced into the Midwest corn belt states, in order to diversify the agricultural system.
Scribing a convening to discuss diverting people with mental health and substance abuse issues away from jail and into the care they need and deserve.
Illustrations scribed live during a planning retreat helped build engagement for a college’s equity-centered strategic plan.
I believe visual thinking has the power to move individuals, groups and organizations forward, and is a highly useful skill to learn. Looking for a hands-on workshop for your group taught by an experienced professional? Bring me in!
I was delighted to participate in the Drink Culture podcast, in two parts: first, I came to graphic record the conversation with the Sun King brewery founder, and then later joined them to record an episode of the podcast where I was the guest!
An engagement board is a fun and interactive addition to an event. A relevant question is posed to participants, such as “What does XYZ mean to you?” and I draw people’s responses on the spot. The result is a meaningful collage of collected thoughts and wisdom.
I participated in and simultaneously scribed a training for educators on learning fun, powerful and practical ways for teams to work more effectively together.
At the HOW Design Live conference I created an “Interaction Wall” to capture attendees’ thoughts in response to prompts, live in real time.
Business leaders in Indianapolis discussed impact, challenges, risks, redemption, profit and sustainability at this thought-provoking 2-day event with amazing speakers, interactive work and breakout sessions where Julia Reich provided graphic recording services.