A show celebrating the lives and work of visual thinkers.
In this episode, I'm talking with Yuri Malishenko, an Agile Coach and Graphic Facilitator from Denmark who runs https://www.vizthink.dk/ and posts regularly on Medium.
We met online, because he listened to an episode of Mike Rohde's most excellent podcast in which I was featured.
Talking to Yuri felt kind of like talking to myself, as we have very similar backgrounds and interests.
Today, I'm talking to Brandy Agerbeck, speaker, teacher, author, graphic facilitator, and artist who at age two, started drawing and hasn't stopped yet. Brandy is the graphic facilitator's graphic facilitator, inspiring hordes of enthusiasts and professionals with her books, The Graphic Facilitator's Guide and The Idea Shapers, her signature program The Lab and her one-day visual thinking workshop The Idea Shapers Tour, and of course her legendary keynotes!
Today, I'm talking to Bas Bakker, master side-hustler, grand initiator, and founder of companies, such as De Betekenaar, In 20 uur TV, Open Coffee Leiden, and many, many more initiatives. Bas is a triathlete, a lover of coffee, and an active member of the Dutch Sketchnoting, Graphic Recording, and Visual Thinking community.
Today, I'm talking to Doug Neill. Doug is an Oregon artist and educator who hosts thegraphicrecorder.com, verbaltovisual.com, and recently learninpublic.com. Doug is perhaps best known for his awesome Youtube videos where he uses hand-drawn, analogue sketchnotes recorded with a DSLR camera and some nifty lighting to convey his messages. I'm thrilled to have him on the show!
Today, I'm talking to Natalia Talkovska. Natalia is founder and owner of Natalka Design. She helps people tell their stories in creative new ways and gives them the tools to turn their communications upside down and make a lasting impact. Now, that is just her day-job. By night, she furthers the cause of doodling by running a worldwide network of Doodleledo's, meetings where people that think they can't draw find out they actually can, and meet a bunch of like-minded awesome people in the process.
Today, I'm talking to Axelle Vanquallie. Axelle is a visual practitioner and member of Visual Harvesting based in Antwerp. She's very active in the international community of visual practitioners and generally aweseome!
I met Laurens at New Media Europe and was amazed at hit sketchnoting. I never heard of it before. This
led me to this podcast. Great audio and great guest. This is a whole new world to explore. Keep it up.