Recently described as a “sense-maker”, Rebecca is an unstoppable creative, whose passion for education and communication finds her producing creative content for the needs of both national and international clients.
Rebecca Osborne is a graphic recorder or live visual artist. Working at events and conferences, she captures the key messages of the event live on a huge piece of paper. The finished visual becomes a focus point for the audience, allowing further conversation, reflection and interaction.
Rebecca also works for clients remotely. Using technology to aid in the creation of visual transcriptions to support both live and recorded online events and meetings.
Audiences on social media are captivated – they love to watch the drawings emerge during the stream. Seeing their words and ideas recorded makes contributors feel heard and valued. Using visual language breaks down barriers to learning, and provides access to sometimes complex content to audiences of all ages and abilities.
Bespoke animations, artworks linked to the themes and digitised images from the work produced are shared on client websites and social media as a way of further extending the conversation on a global stage. The finished work can also be used in a variety of ways from physical media such as postcards and posters, to magazine articles, online editorials and website content.
Rebecca started working as a graphic recorder 6 years ago and has worked with clients in many different settings. Her more recent work includes a series of visual transcriptions created at the World Association of Eye Hospitals Annual Conference in London.
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WAEH Newsletter – December 2020
Webinar 21 January 2021 Different models of Eye CareFrom Satellites to Community Outreach 21 January 2021 – first webinar of 2021! Topic: Different models of Eye Care – From Satellites to Community Outreach. An Ly from the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital will tell you more about: An Orthoptist’s role in establishing an Ophthalmology […]
Thursday 3 dec was the first online LIVE Schwartz Round. Our panel members Nima Ghadiri, Consultant in Uveitis at Moorfields Eye Hospital and Great Ormond Street, UK, Shannon Joseph, Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology, Kellog Eye Center, at the University of Michigan and Mark Maynard, Quality Partner for the Moorfields South division in the UK have […]
2.14% Rohingya Refugees aged 50 or above are blind: RAAB Study
As many as 2.14 percent of Rohingyas aged 50 years or above living in Cox’s Bazar refugee camps are suffering from blindness, says a study. The findings were revealed from the Rapid Assessment of Avoidable Blindness (RAAB) among the Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (Rohingya refugees) which have been published in the journal PLoS ONE, the […]
Country Director of Orbis International for Bangladesh Dr Munir Ahmed has won the Vision Excellence Award 2020 for his contribution to Vision 2020, a global initiative to eliminate the main causes of all preventable and treatable blindness by 2020. The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) and World Health Organization (WHO) announced the […]