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The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 5: Heather Martinez

Heather Martinez

This week I’m joined by Heather Martinez, a graphic recorder and facilitator, and a hand letterer who has skills to spare.

We talk about Heather’s path into visual thinking, and the road trip she took to see the country with her husband, and trailer, Flo, and how it’s impacted her life and work in ways she couldn’t have predicted.

Finally, learn about Heather’s upcoming course, Lettering with the Masters, and some great tools and tips.


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  • Intro
  • Heather’s Elevator Pitch
  • Similarities and differences between Graphic Recording and Graphic Facilitation
  • Graphics design to visual practitioner
  • Traveling in a teardrop trailer round the US
  • Being a resident artist
  • Learning to be comfortable with less
  • Lettering with the masters (starting in January 2018)
  • Appreciating Typography
  • Tools
  • 3 Tips
  • Outro





  1. Push your tools to their limits
  2. Practice with intention (hope is not an action plan)
  3. Check your spelling


Special thanks to Christopher Wilson for the show notes!

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