April 4-5, 2024 | Houston, TX


Any level of experience

Graphic Recording Workshop!

This fun, interactive workshop will explore foundational theory AND hands-on practical skills-building for graphic recording and visual communication.

Scribing students at a previous workshop.

What you'll learn in this course

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As a workshop participant, you will learn the basics of graphic recording (“scribing”) to help you better communicate ideas graphically, gain confidence as a visual thinker, and understand the power of real-time visual storytelling. These skills are essential as professionals to have an impact on collaborative design and group decision-making.  

All attendees will also receive a Learn2Scribe Resource Guide with helpful ideas, lessons, plus links to tips and tools for graphic recording.  

Each participant will also earn a Certificate of Completion showing they have gone through a distinctive course designed and delivered by two of the field's leading experts.

Course Overview

Workshop Outline

Thursday, April 4

10:00AM - Kick-off & Introductions
11:00AM - Creative Warm Up
12:00PM - Lunch
1:00PM - Graphic Recording Basic Skills
3:00PM - Practicing People and Icons
4:00PM - Wrap up

Friday, April 5

8:30AM - Continental Breakfast
9:00AM - Neuroscience of Scribing
12:00PM - Boxed Lunch
12:30PM - Career Paths as a Graphic Recorder
1:00PM - Live Scribing Practice
2:00PM - Behind the Scenes of The Black Music Project
4:00PM - Close & beat traffic home (or to the airport)

The Location

Houston, Texas

Downtown Houston, TX.

The workshop will be hosted in Houston, Texas at the Houston Impact Hub.

Learn From the Best! Your Instructors

Christopher Fuller

A photo of Christopher Fuller graphic recording.
Christopher Fuller walks his client, Chevron, through his real-time graphic recording capture of their strategy meeting.

Christopher is a Los Angeles-based Graphic Facilitator with over 30 years of professional experience. In 1992, after receiving a degree in Visual Art from Rutgers College, Christopher volunteered to help "scribe" a community-wide "DesignShop" in Orlando, Florida, facilitated by MG Taylor Corporation, an innovative and influential consulting company.‍

That initial meeting led to him becoming a core MG Taylor staff member. Christopher's work with MG Taylor helped spread the worldwide adoption of graphic recording as a standard meeting practice when MG Taylor partnered with the global consulting firm Ernst & Young LLP in 1995 and, later, Capgemini Consulting to develop their Accelerated Solutions Environment process.

After leaving MG Taylor, he founded his company, Griot's Eye Inc. (griotseye.com), in 1998 with a mission to use the power of graphics and rapid visualization to assist organizations in telling their stories.‍

Christopher has since provided graphic facilitation services at strategy meetings across five continents, twenty-plus countries, and forty-six states for companies such as Google, The Mayo Clinic, Kaiser Permanente, Stanford Health, Disney, Audi Motors (Berlin, Germany), UniCredit Bank (Turin, Italy), and NPR. He previously taught graphic facilitation and strategic modeling skills for UniCredit's UniManagement program in Turin, Italy, online with the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business's MBA program and to students as young as first grade in Orlando, Florida.

He is also the founder of The Black Music Project, a 2023 Webby Award Honoree for Education Websites and Mobile Sites that celebrates, promotes, and preserves the idea that the history of Black American music is the story of America by using multimedia storytelling and graphic facilitation techniques he learned throughout his career.

For Unicredit's young bank manager's program, Christopher Fuller teaches visual modeling skills in Turin, Italy.

You can find Christopher Fuller at griotseye.com, Instagram, LinkedIn and X.

Peter Durand

Peter Durand graphic recording on a glass surface.

Currently based in Houston, Peter began his graphic recording career in 1995 supporting design-thinking sessions for the Ernst & Young Accelerated Solutions Environment and MG Taylor Corporation.

Three years later, he founded Alphachimp (alphachimp.com) as a graphic facilitation company, and in 2012 began producing explainer videos and delivering onsite and online training in visual communication and design thinking skills.

He has been considered and innovator in the field by combining traditional illustration, painting, and printmaking techniques with digital media for large-scale conferences such as The World Economic Forum, HiMSS, PopTech, TEDxNashville, TEDMED, Ciudad de las Ideas, and the EG Conference.

Peter has delivered graphic recording training workshops for teams at large and small organizations, including Facebook, the NIKE Foundation, Deloitte, Accenture, T. Rowe Price, Capgemini, community groups, and nonprofits.

As a lead facilitator for the Office of Strategy & Innovation at Vanderbilt Medical Center, an MG Taylor-designed collaborative innovation space at a major research hospital in Nashville, Durand facilitates large-scale design-thinking sessions in the fields of biomedical informatics, electronic health records, and patient experience.

In 2017, Peter received an appointment as an adjunct professor at Northwestern University Law School in Chicago where he teaches a course on visual communication for the Masters of Science in Law program. Thanks to an adventurous and encouraging family, Peter was born in Kenya, grew up in the green hills of East Tennessee, and studied art and design in the St. Louis, Paris, and Krakow, Poland.

Peter Durand helping out graphic recording students during a workshop.

You can find Peter Durand at alphachimp.com, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

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April 4-5, 2024 | Houston, TX

Graphic Recording Workshop!



Any level of experience

This fun, interactive workshop will explore foundational theory AND hands-on practical skills-building for graphic recording and visual communication.

What people are saying

"Thank you for doing such a phenomenal job. I can't express how grateful I am to have been able to bring your expertise into this class."

Lindsey Lyman, Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

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