David Gifford is Rich picture artist and Visual/Graphic facilitator working for consultancies such as Atos, Booz & Co, PwC and ATKearney. He has developed Rich pictures for a wide variety of clients including the BBC, Barclays, BAE Systems, Centrica, Carphone Warehouse, Co-op, FSA, HM Gov, Imperial College, London Stock Exchange Group, MOD, MRC, NHS England and NHS Scotland, Sainsburys, Shell, Swiss Re, Oxfam, Procter & Gamble, Royal Mail, Rock Medical, TUI, Transport for London, Vodafone, and The Wood Group.
Based in London, UK, David has many years of experience as a freelance illustrator. He specialised in medical and scientific illustration for many years before focusing on Rich pictures and graphic facilitation, which includes visual scribing and live sketching at workshops, conferences and events.
Scott D McArthur, “Inspiring you to change the way you think about change” Business Consultant, Speaker, Writer, Executive Coach
David is one of a rare breed of “corporate artists” that is able to distill simple themes from complex corporate environments. Not only is his work effective and impactful but he is also a chap who delivers on time every time. I have worked with David alongside a number of FTSE 100 organisations and the results have been outstanding.
Sarah Horn, Transformation & Engagement at Santa Fe
We engaged David to help us develop a Rich Picture, so that our leadership team would be able to better communicate our strategic vision and change journey to global colleagues. We were very pleased with the result.
Beyond David’s gift as an artist, he has a keen ability to translate his clients’ vision with lightening speed, helping to refine and parse out the essence of the visual communication.
I found David’s artistic process clarifying and motivating in its own right, as myself and other key stakeholders consolidated our own messaging, while he sketched away.
I enthusiastically recommend David and Inscript Design, and would welcome the opportunity to work with David on any future graphic / design projects.