Meet Your Instructor: Emily Mills
Emily Mills, author of The Art of Visual Notetaking, is an illustrator and professional sketchnoter based in Nashville, TN. Emily has taught sketchnoting since 2017 to thousands all over the world using her professional experience drawing for brands like Subway, Delta Airlines, Chick-Fil-A, S&P, and Magic Johnson. Whether you’re taking an in-person workshop, enrolling in an online course, or joining an online webinar, Sketchnote Academy will help you level-up your sketchnoting skills and improve your craft!
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What Students Are Saying
– Jennilyn S.
Practice makes better and this class gave me a great chance to have some guided practice in one of my favorite things to dabble in… sketchnoting. Emily Mills teaches so many tricks and tips that it inspires you to get going and keep going.
Emily Mills is so effective in teaching and modeling how easy it is to start your sketchnote journey.
The lessons were so simple that my sixty-five year old imagination was stalled a bit… Once I started doodling on the pages, my brain began to activate, and shapes began to take on imaginary forms. It was fun. Each exercise is like a game. I am doing these lessons in order to help me make the kinds of journals my grandchildren will adore.
– Laurel T.
– Leslie C.
Have you ever had the necessary skills to do something but failed anyway? Maybe you made the perfect cookie recipe... but then you burned them. Or maybe you've been playing soccer for 10 years, but...
A common problem I hear from many of the Sketchnote Academy students is this: “I don’t know how to fill the page! Creating a layout is hard.” I get it! Even though I’ve been sketchnoting for years,...
When I'm drawing at live events, one of the most common things people say to me is "Oh, so this is like those court room drawings!" Oftentimes, people haven't seen a graphic recorder at work before,...