Capturing the Camino de Santiago

Are you going on an adventure (big or small) sometime soon? How do you plan to capture that experience? Maybe you’ll journal about it, take some sketchnotes, snap some photos, maybe even shoot some video?

It’s that question of how best to capture and process a potentially transformative experience that we’re exploring in this episode of Visual Conversations.

Austin is about to head out on the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) and we explore how he might use sketchnoting (along with other tools) to document and process that experience.

Watch, listen, sketch, and think about how you might choose to document your next adventure!

If you sketchnote along with us during the conversation, be sure to use #vizconvos when you share it on social so that we can say thank you!!!

Notes & Links

The final sketch of our conversation. Which form of documenting your next adventure sounds most intriguing to you?

Thanks Rita Caré for sharing your sketch of our conversation from episode #4. Well done!

How will you document your travel and transformative adventures? Let us know on Twitter or Facebook!


Want To Dig Deeper?

If you’re new to the idea of sketchnoting and excited to develop more visual thinking tools, I think you’d enjoy our foundational course An Introduction To Visual Note-Taking.

If you’d like to make sketchnoted videos like the one you saw here, we’ve got a course for that too! Check out How To Make Sketchnote Videos.

If you’re an educator interested in bringing visual note-taking into your classroom, check out Sketchnoting In The Classroom.

If if you’d like to create new personal and professional opportunities by sharing the authentic journey of you skill development online, check out Learn In Public.