FAQ

What is Graphic Recording?

Graphic Recording is a method used to capture a story, presentation, group meeting or planning process in images and words together, rather than solely in words (as traditionally done with a flip chart).

I hear the terms ‘Graphic Recording’ and ‘Graphic Facilitation’ used interchangeably.  Aren’t they the same thing?
Graphic ‘Recording’ requires that the person doing the recording is not the person running the meeting.  If one individual is both guiding the process AND doing the recording, that is Graphic ‘Facilitation’.

At this time I am offering Graphic Recording services.   

I would like to have you come record my meeting/talk/planning session.  What does that entail?
Please call or email me so that we can look at fees, scheduling and location.
I will have questions about the nature of your event, the number of people expected, and the available wall surfaces to work on.

I’m interested in having you do some illustration.  How can we go about setting that up?
Again, please call or email me.  I’d love to hear about what you’re working on, and to help bring your work to life.  I’ll have questions for you about how many drawings, what your ideas are coming in, what type of format you will need the final work in (digital files or analog work that is photo-ready).  We can also talk then about fees and what your timeline is for the work to be completed.