Visual thinking for artful visioning, leadership, innovation, culture shift, branding, and sustainability.
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Christine Walker brings her expertise as a visual artist, writer, and strategic thinker to your project or event.
“Your visuals made the meeting!” Senior Development Excellence Leader, major corporation
Bio ~ Interdisciplinary artist Christine Walker helps people envision, articulate passion, inspire purpose, and create success for their organizations, businesses, and endeavors. As a strategic visual facilitator through SeeShape, she guides leadership groups and creative individuals through big-picture thinking processes to see thought, shape vision, and focus action. As a creative consultant, she brings an unusual mix of expertise in visual art, design thinking, storytelling, content narrative, graphic design, meeting design, and creative process to every project. She has deep and broad experience serving corporations, nonprofits, government agencies, and entrepreneurs.
Her formal education includes an MFA in Writing and Literature in Fiction from Bennington College, an MA in Creative Arts Interdisciplinary from San Francisco State University, and a BFA in Commercial Art & Design from the University of Kansas, and post-BFA courses at the Kansas City Art Institute. She is an exhibiting painter and the author and artist of “A Painter’s Garden: Cultivating the Creative Life,” co-author/illustrator of “Wooleycat’s Musical Theater” book and songs, and co-creator of “Nature Maestro” environmental education apps for iOS. She lives in Sonoma County, California, with her husband, Dennis Hysom, a composer and audio and web producer. For more examples of her creative work, please go to Christine Walker, Compozarts, Read to Write Books, Earth in Concert, Nature Maestro, and Wooleycat.
Clients ~ Christine has provided branding, design, visual thinking, and meeting facilitation for a wide range of clients from Fortune 50 companies to small businesses, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and startups, including:
America’s Promise • Bay Area Council Regional Health Collaborative • Chico State University • Child & Family Institute of Menlo Park • Community Foundation Sonoma County • Deloitte • Discovery Communications • Earnst & Young • Genentech • GOOD Inc. • Google • Gracenote • jhpiego • Hewlett Packard • Kaiser Permanente • LandPaths • LifeWorks of Sonoma County • Lumina Foundation • Marcucci Farms • Microsoft • North Bay Climate Action Initiative • One PacificCoast Bank (Beneficial State Bank) • Public Banking Institute • Regional Climate Protection Authority of Sonoma County • Richmond Community Foundation • Rockwood Leadership Institute • Safeway • Salesforce • SAP • Sustainable Enterprise Conference • United States Military Health Futures Group • University of California Berkeley • Volunteer Center of Sonoma County • VSP Vision Care • West Contra Costa Unified School District • Zillow