He’s been to every earlier TEDxCanberra, but this year, Nick Ellis (you might know him as @electric589 on Twitter) used the iPad app, Paper, to illustrate his response to many of this years’ presenters.
We liked them so much that we thought we’d ask Nick if we could post them here. Thankfully, he said yes.
In Nick’s own words, “… largely the reason I didn’t draw something for absolutely every talk: [was] some topics don’t lend themselves to visual representation (or, I just couldn’t find a visual I thought fitted the talk well enough).
The sketches were reportage, of a sort, and in some cases editorial.
Sally Richards talk on her son Jackson was one that I really struggled with, and, in retrospect am glad I didn’t try, because I don’t think I could have been fair to it.
Thank you to all the speakers, sponsors and the team who put the day together, I had an incredible time in and out of the sessions.
Thanks guys, it was great.”
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