Marcus Frey - Team Visual Facilitators

Marcus Frey: I am well trained in visual thinking. In addition, my interest in economic topics, group processes and current society changes plays a major role in my work as a live visualizer. My drawn documentaries often have a nice sense of humor, realized with appealing and lively characters. I pay attention to an equal representation of male and female characters – and in my work, drawn women actually look (and also move) like women. I am sure that through this careful handling of the image composition, the subjects and core statements work more strongly for the observer, are more easily accessible and are remembered for a longer time. My experience is based, among others, on my position as Managing Director of the Illustrators Organisation (2009-2012) and lecturer for graphic recording at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg (2012-2013).

To me, visualization is the essential basis for communication: At the beginning, I’m sure, was the image. It is often forgotten that our writing has its origin in simple pictograms. Not only words and facts are essential, but also the pictures that precede our words. But before the pictures comes attention – the ability to perceive who and what we encounter. In my opinion, Graphic Recording is nothing less than the technique of returning to the original meaning of communication: we do not communicate for ourselves, but to better understand our counterpart.

Examples below: We are not able to show a majority of our work for confidentiality reasons. When we have permission to show something, then we often do not show the entire visual, but details. See as well our gallery. We appreciate your understanding.

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