Trish O'Neil, Australia Indigenous Program, Fred Hollows Foundation
The team was so engaged with the facilitated activities and visual outcomes. Sarah’s knowledge of context, relevant tertiary studies and amazing art really helped bring our two-day session to life.
Based in Mparntwe/Alice Springs, Sarah graphic records with a nuanced understanding of local contexts and cultural safety within Central Australia, the Northern Territory and remote Indigenous communities. Her visual interpretation and approach is an asset within any cross-cultural presentation.
Sarah translates emergent ideas and complex content into imagery with clear and relatable illustrations and text. She connects key themes and shows the processes and relationships through words and images.
Sarah offers a raft of visual communication services such as:
Digital illustrations for web and print
Live graphic recording
Community development consultation for strength-based co-design projects.
Sarah's clients include: Fred Hollows Foundation, The Equality Institute, Central Land Council and APONT, Connected Beginnings, Child-Friendly Alice, Ngaanyatjarra Health Service, Tangentyere Council, Larapinta Child and Family Centre, Arid Lands Environment Centre, Empowered Communities.
Digital resources and assets for web and print
Sarah is a Professional Member of Graphic Recorders Australia the peak body for the graphic recording industry in Australia.
What is Graphic Recording?
Graphic Recording is a visual tool that captures key points of a discussion, presentation or workshop through text and illustrations, drawn live in front of your audience. This is an impactful visual synthesis of your content for increased accessibility, retention of the information presented and to keep your audiences engaged.
Sarah provides graphic recording live at an event on paper, a whiteboard or tablet, either alongside the presenter, or collaboratively in a facilitated workshop. She also can develop graphic recording content for pre or post-events to aid presentations or to develop further resources. This content can be used in publications, posters, reports, slideshow presentations, videos and social media.
Drawing on her community development experience, Master of International and Community Development, Bachelor of Performing Arts and visual arts practice, Sarah is an active listener, innovative designer, and a confident visual communicator. She blends creativity and consultancy to help capture your message in a memorable format.