All the way over in Edinburgh, Scotland at Napier University, these images I created in February for Paul Dunn (Chairman, Buy1Give1) have been pinned to the noticeboard by a lecturer to inspire students to think differently.
Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of working with The Difference (a business unit of Pricewaterhouse Coopers) to produce this video for the PwC Foundation’s 10 Year Celebration.
The video, outlining all the wonderful achievements made by the Foundation over the past 10 years, is included online on their Annual Review and Corporate Responsibility Report.
Last week I had the pleasure of Graphic Recording run by the Primary Industries Education Foundation, who support schools to partner with local primary industry (eg Farming, Agriculture, etc) to increase students’ skills in this area as well as strengthen community ties.
Did you know that dementia is the third leading cause of death in Australia? Neither did I before creating this vid.
We worked with Alzheimer’s Australia to create this short video in order to raise awareness around the importance of funding dementia research.
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of teaching two Visual Thinking / Notetaking workshops at Uni High in Melbourne. The students did an amazing job, each with their own individual style and flavour.
Only one week later and two of the students were already putting their new skills into practice by scribing a talk at their school by Greens MP Adam Bandt for their class. Onya, girls!
Here is a quick graphic recording of my favourite from today’s Tedx Melbourne – the totally beautiful Shanaka Fernando.
Melbournites will be familiar with Shanaka’s work, as he founded the incredible Lentil as Anything restaurants – where you pay what you feel, be it $2, $60, or even cleaning dishes or cooking.