I specialise in turning complex information or wordy documents into easily digestible images. I create bespoke high resolution digital images to help you communicate more effectively in print and online.
Whether you call them infographics, sketch notes, mind maps, rich pictures, story pictures or vision pictures there is no doubt a picture tells a thousand words and whatever your business I will work with you to create a unique eye catching image that fits your brand and culture.
Vision and Story Pictures
I love getting to know a business, school or individual and drawing them a unique digital illustration to tell their story and share their purpose, vision and values with staff, customers and stakeholders. Here are a few of my recent projects:
If you are thinking about commissioning a vision or story picture for yourself, your school or your business you might like to download a Vision Picture Briefing which will help you start the thinking process. You are welcome to send me a briefing form together with any additional information. From there I will spend some time with you to talk it through, offer you one or two draft pencil sketches for comment and approval, and then draw up the digital version for further comment and approval.
I can also, of course, come and visit you! We can chat or I can facilitate a short session with your team to gather information and ideas.
And if you are starting from scratch with your Purpose Vision and Values I work with an amazing facilitator and together we can deliver a one day workshop for your team. More information on that here.
Rich Pictures, Sketch Notes, and Visual Summaries
Images for websites, social media and print – whatever your message I can create an eye catching visual to accompany your copy. If you are fed up with stock photos and you are looking for a unique image then I can help.
Examples of recent work include website branding, training materials, planners, book illustration, postcards and more.
All images are created just for you – if you would like to commission an illustration here are a few things to think about: