IFVP Online Learning Series
The business of visual practice – building a thriving career
May 28, 2021 11am PT/ 2pm ET/ 8pm CEST
We are joined by three talented visual practitioners for an IFVP business panel on May 28th, 2021. We’re pleased to welcome (in alphabetical order) Tanya Gadsby from Fuselight Creative, Ashanti Gardner from Visual Scribe, and Lisa Nelson from See in Colors.
Join us for a moderated panel about how they navigate being creatives with the realities of running their own businesses. The panel includes people in different stages of their visual professional careers - you’ll gain insights as an audience member whether you’re starting out, or have a few years of experience already.
Biographies and website links below.
Lisa Nelson loves combining art with life.
She is the founder of See In Colors where she leads a team that captures conversations with hand-drawn pictures. By using the power of visuals, Lisa helps to bring key points and ideas to the surface. Her visual summaries cover topics ranging from business and leadership to community and faith. Some of her clients include Dell, AARP, USDA, NIH and Crayola.
She is a native New Yorker and a graduate of Howard University. She is a member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners and is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Her favorite quote is "It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see." -Henry David Thoreau. Lisa shares her collection of visual summaries on her blog at http://seeincolors.com
As a creative, design thinking practitioner, and visual scribe, Ashanti approaches her work with a beginner’s mindset. She uses her visual skills to help make meaning of complex processes and ideas and to capture conversations that have many voices. She values mobility, learning, and openness to what’s possible. She continually looks for opportunities to co-create, collaborate, and experiment with others who are champions an