We help people break down complex ideas using a visual language

The Visual Communication Method Ebook

Do you think visually but struggle in meetings and personal note taking to capture the ideas the most meaningful way? The Visual Communication Method brings to light 8 ways that you can put pen to paper in a purposeful and engaging way.

This 30 page FREE ebook will help you get started on your visual communication journey!

Visual communication method for graphic recording ebook by Ashton Rodenhiser Minds Eye Creative

Digital Graphic Recording

Since April 2020 we have graphic recorded 400+ speakers at 30+ virtual conferences plus meetings, sales calls, brainstorming and strategic planning sessions and more! We provide digital drawing as well as analog with video support. You have a meeting or event and we'll bring it to life, help people get engaged and bring a unique spin with long lasting benefits! 

graphic recording by Minds Eye Creative


We teamed up with Chris Riley to create a new podcast-video series called Tech-a-Sketch. Ashton's sat in on hundreds of tech presentations over the years. We believe interpersonal skills are key to a successful tech career. Join the duo as they put vulnerability to the test as they talk about life & tech.

What Clients are Saying...

Mat Xavier

Conference Organizer - MacDevOpsYVR

Ashton is a force of awesome energy. Her graphic recording is phenomenal and adds a deeper level of understanding to everyone watching the conference talks. Watching her work is spell binding and extremely captivating. Working with Ashton on the MacDevOps:YVR conference is always a beautiful experience. She is a joyful and amazing being and I want to thank her on behalf of our entire team for our success. MDO YVR is all the better for her participation in it. Hire her. You won’t regret it.

Annie Hedgepeth

Event Organizer - DevOpsDays DFW

I am amazed at Ashton’s ability to illustrate understanding of deep concepts by gathering context from the speaker on the fly. She intently listens and formulates images that resonate with the audience. She truly has a gift, and I’m amazed by her! Her illustrations were the hit of our conference, and the digital images produced from those same paper drawings exceeded my expectations in quality. I can’t recommend her highly enough.

Chris Black

Business Owner - Gibson Projects

I value the incredibly artful and expressive way in which you transformed our thoughts into visions. This is EXACTLY what I was hoping for and it reinforces my belief that ideas captured this way have their own power and energy that continues to resonate long after you have put the pen away.

Wendy Eligh

Event Organizer - Canadian Pediatrics Society

This past year was our first time using a graphic recorder for some of our educational sessions at our national conference. Ashton provided the creative approach we needed, taking the session content and making it visual and appealing. Our participants were impressed and shared their experience on Twitter with posters she created. Working with Ashton was truly enjoyable and I can’t wait to have the opportunity to work with her again!

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4 Tips for Faster Sketchnoting

By webadmin | May 5, 2022

One of the biggest concerns I hear from beginner sketchnoters is that they won’t be able to keep up with whatever they’re taking notes on. And I totally get it. Sometimes when you’re sitting in a lecture or listening to a presentation it can feel like the information is flying by and you’ll never catch …

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My Very First Graphic Recording (Then and Now)

By webadmin | April 28, 2022

I’ve been using sketchnoting techniques for graphic recording and graphic facilitation since 2013, which, I recently realized, is almost a decade!  It’s been A Journey. And today I’m going to show you where I started…and where I am now.  By 2013, I’d been facilitating group sessions for a while, and I decided to check out …

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