My mission is to use visual communication to help people, organizations, and businesses, think and work more effectively together.

My Journey

After graduating from Calvary Day School in my hometown of Savannah GA, I received a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies at Georgia College, with a focus on philosophy and rhetoric. In 2012, I became the coordinator of Oconee Area Citizen Advocacy, connecting people with developmental disabilities to citizen allies who would speak up on their behalf and help them discover opportunities to live, work, and make friends outside of the world of the disability services.

While attending a workshop at the Toronto Summer Institute in 2012, I was introduced to Graphic Recording, a tool that played a major role in liberating people with disabilities from institutions. This newfound skill of documenting meetings with large, hand-drawn visual graphics evolved into my small business, InkyBrittany, launched on May 22, 2015. 

Since then, my Graphic Recording & visioning work has been requested across the country and beyond. I have worked with corporations, small businesses, philanthropies, governments, public health, education, agriculture, and the disability advocacy community to name a few. 

In 2017, I joined the International Forum of Visual Practitioners and earned a spot on Georgia Trend Magazine’s 40 Under 40 List. I am the current Chair of the Board of Directors for Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy and serve on the Statewide Citizen Advocacy Advisory Committee. I have received training as a moderator in public deliberation from the Kettering Foundation and have worked with the National Issues Forums.