AFP Annual Conference Recap

AFP Annual Conference Recap

Last fall I provided digital graphic recording and other services for The Association of Finance Professionals' annual conference. This was a particularly fun assignment because in addition to attending the conference and capturing the content of several presentations, I also created a marketing video and was interviewed for the organization’s podcast. All content is available for your pleasure here!

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Sketchtnote Army Podcast

Sketchtnote Army Podcast

In case you missed it, I was this week's featured guest on Mike Rohde's Sketchnote Army podcast. I was honored to be invited as his third ever guest for the show, and really enjoyed our conversation. Over the past year or two several people that I have met in the field of data visualization or visual thinking have told me that I should connect with Mike because we would have a lot to talk about...they were right! You can listen to the full podcast through the link above, on SoundCloud, on the Sketchnote Army website, or subscribe through iTunes.

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TEDxCIA Recap

TEDxCIA Recap

Speaking at TEDxCIA was an amazing experience. I was incredibly honored to be invited to speak, especially once I learned that I would be in the company of Simon SinekApollo RobbinsAsh BeckhamTaylor Berrett, and the leaders of NextJump. This was my first TEDx, and really the first talk I have given to such a large and broad audience. In the past I have spoken at small meet up groups and conferences, or just to a camera. I was honestly pretty terrified about the idea but knew it was an opportunity that I should not pass up. 

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Data Viz DC Recap

Data Viz DC Recap

I had so much fun speaking at Chief Agency for the December Data Viz DC meetup last night! Special thanks to Casey at Chief for coordinating with Sean to put on the event, and thanks to all those that came out! Unfortunately there were some people who had to be moved to the wait list due to space restrictions. Hopefully we can do something similar again, but the folks at Chief did capture a rough video. 

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