As an educator, graphic designer, and speaker James Victore's strength lies in his provocative style. His inspiring lectures and talks are well documented and help guide people to identify their purpose in life and do what they love to make a living. For those who do not know, James dropped out of two colleges before meeting Paul Bacon, who helped him realize his abilities. With Paul's support, he took charge of his career and carved out a niche as one of the best graphic designers in the United States.
Why you should book James Victore for your next event
- James is a high-profile speaker. Some of his clients include IBM, Adobe, Shopify, Starbucks, and the mighty Google. You can’t attract the attention of such large companies without a solid reputation as a speaker.
- He pulls from his two-decade creativity teaching experience to create a tailored experience that will unite your team and inspire them to passionately pursue their creative abilities. He challenges audiences to get off their butts and do what they love with confidence.
- James can come to your event in person or appear virtually, depending on your preference.
James runs a design studio famed for producing memorable work. Before opening the studio, James taught at the New York City School of Visual Arts for about two decades. Here, he inspired and nurtured thousands of students from different spheres of creativity.
Thanks to his cutting-edge TV animation designs, James won an Emmy, a sought-after award in the television industry. Also to his name are silver and gold medals from the NY Art Director’s Club. Some of his design clients include The City of New York, The New York Times, Wired Magazine, Aveda, MailChimp, and Adobe.
James’ work has been featured twice at the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibitions. That’s a huge feat to achieve, given that many top artists don’t make the cut to be exhibited at this New York high-profile event. Unsurprisingly, Victore’s work is also part of the Library of Congress’ permanent collections. But it is not just the US museums that contain his work. Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum, Zurich’s Design Museum, and the Paris’ Palais du Louvre Museum also feature his artwork in their permanent collections.
As an author, James is well-published. His book, Feck Perfuction, was released in 2019 and has since transformed millions of lives. And rumor has it that more are on the way.
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