Welcome to the NL Sketchnoting, Graphic Recording, and Visual Thinking podcast where we celebrate the lives and work of visual thinkers and allow them to showcase things they are enthusiastic about!
Today, I'm talking to Brandy Agerbeck, speaker, teacher, author, graphic facilitator, and artist who at age two, started drawing and hasn't stopped yet. Brandy is the graphic facilitator's graphic facilitator, inspiring hordes of enthusiasts and professionals with her books, The Graphic Facilitator's Guide and The Idea Shapers, her signature program The Lab and her one-day visual thinking workshop The Idea Shapers Tour, and of course her legendary keynotes!
You're in for a real treat with this conversation!
Brandy is currently on tour in Europe, hosting her lab in The Hague (The Netherlands) and in Rungsted (Denmark), facilitating a session at EuViz (https://euviz.com/) in Brussels (Belgium), and hosting her Idea Shapers Tour in Copenhagen (Denmark). There are steal seats for the Idea Shapers Tour in Denmark, so if you're interested, head over there (http://loosetooth.com/events/copenhagen.htm) and sign up!
Want to learn more about Brandy? Check out her online presence:
- Brandy's website: http://loosetooth.com/
- The Idea Shapers: http://loosetooth.com/is/
- The Graphic Facilitator's Guide: http://loosetooth.com/gf/
- Brandy on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/loosetoothdotcom
- Follow Brandy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/loosetoothcom/
- Follow Brandy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/loosetooth
- Brandy's TEDx talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bCHq1OvGR4
- Books by Brandy: https://www.amazon.com/Brandy-Agerbeck/e/B0065RHT1U
The International Forum Of Visual Practitioners:
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