Jarrett J. Krosoczka Author and illustrator of countless childrens books and graphic novels
Creative artwork and children’s books The passion he had his whole life is what pays the bills.
Who is he?In his Speech -Author ofHe talked about how as a kid, he knew he loved numerousdrawing and creating stories. People around him children booksnoticed how creative and unique his art style was.Later, he became a published author and illustrator. -Illustrator and creative artist Jarret J. Krosoczka
He captured the attention early on by saying,“I use my imagination as my full time job”. Thenhe said another quote “My imagination saved mylife”
In his speech,he told many stories, he spoke about his drug addict mother and hismysterious unknown father. He kept that audience interested andcurious. You could tell the audience was engaged by the laughs theywere giving.
Dynamism He was a great speaker, you could tell he was passionate about what he does. He wanted to tell his story to inspire you and he did. 4 out of 5 I gave him a four, he was enthusiastic, fun and I was eager to continue.
Tips from Garr Reynolds He used pictures of the art work he made as a kid to contribute to better understanding. His slideshow themes were simple. Just black with high quality pictures.
In his speech…I learned that you shouldtell a story to youraudience, it will helpthem relate to you andwant to listen to you.Also to be likeable andengaging with theaudience. Make themlaugh.
Sir Ken Robins and Jarrett J. KrosoczkaBoth of them are intelligent. They love what they do. They havespeeches that inform you and also inspire you. (which is what makes agreat speech)
DifferencesSir Ken Robinson really engaged with the audience. He made alot of jokes and hadthe audience inRobinson really engaged with the audience. He Sir Ken a good made a lot of jokes and had the audience in a good position.position. Jarrett J. Krosoczka made the audience laugh but in a complete;y different way. He showed cute/funny cartoons and stories he made when he was a kid. DifferencesJarrett J. Krosoczka made the audience laughbut in a completly different way. He showed cute&funnycartoons and stories he made when he was a kid.
My Advice to you…Whatever you speak about, makesure you are passionate about thesubject. Tell cool stories anddon’t feel shy on stage!
Sources from: Listen to his speech at:http://www.ted.com/talks/jarrett_j_krosoczka_how_a_bo y_became_an_artist.html
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