OUR PEOPLE, OUR ANIMALS, OUR FISH…THE WEDZIH The Sekani People are deeply connected to the caribou. In this video, you will learn about the loss of habit and the dwindling Wedzih population. Habitat protection is needed, and it needs to be managed sustainably
This is an example of our Virtual Graphic Recording services. We have taken our practice digital! The premise is the same, the only difference is that we are joining you on Zoom or any other virtual meeting platform to graphic record! Take a look at our visual created for Neil Pasricha’s keynote speech for the AC Engage (Algonquin College) was a real look into how we can change our behaviours to make happiness more attainable.
For those of you who have paddled and canoe tripped, we’re SURE that many of these images will resonate.
Building a sense of belonging, learning to communicate our limits and hear others, experiencing what we are capable of…all such important lessons in life
Thanadelthur, a trilingual (Cree, Chipewyan, English) negotiated peace between the Cree and Chipewyan communities. She was a peacemaker, a guide, a teacher, and an interpreter.
Such a pleasure to be the graphic recorders for the world’s innovators to solve society’s biggest challenges. As Canada’s leading tech and innovation festival, Elevate attracts the biggest and brightest leaders shaping the world today.
We were invited to a wonderful conference to help visualize the keynotes for a conference gathering various hotels to talk about the industry. Best practices from other industries focussed on vacations, valuing the customer, and focusing on behaviours were all topic that were discussed. It was very interesting!
A wonderful discussion was visually captured to reflect the importance of Palliative care in each community, especially in the Northern communities of Ontario. We had elders attend and guide many of these very important discussion over two days. Take a moment to check out these graphics.
Check out the graphics created by Liisa and Disa at the annual OECM. Some interesting topics were covered, from a talk from the Auditor General of Canada, to a talk about agility and innovation in today’s environment.