Bessie is a writer and marketing professional. She is passionate about media in all its myriad forms, an avid fan of live music and baseball, a frequent traveler, and a consummate foodie. She grew up in the Driftless area of Western Wisconsin, moved to Western Massachusetts for college and several years after, and then migrated back to the Midwest. She now lives in Madison, Wisconsin with her baby boy, teenage daughter, fiancé, two cats, and approximately 3 dozen house plants.
The lizard brain asks: “what was that movement you just saw?” “Was it a predator?” “Perhaps it was a small rodent scurrying into the brush…dinner?” “Or maybe it was an image brimming with meaning…” Hmm, there’s a thought – you in a forest of images, each of which was created to impart a message. “You”
When I’m looking for inspiration while drawing I will often simply start doodling. From a series of random marks and lines, my eye naturally begins to pick out a form it recognizes. I continue to draw and develop this form, keeping my intentions detached from any thoughts of “right” or “wrong” marks. The overall integrity
Working as TruScribe artist requires enormous amounts of brain power. From creating visual concepts based on client scripts to communicating effectively with creative agencies and coworkers to executing the final drawings under the scrutiny of the video camera – the demand on brain power is considerable. So it’s imperative that we are able to recharge