Mr. Bartholomew works with clients to conceptualize, design, and create compelling graphics, demonstrative exhibits, and electronic presentations for use in trials, hearings, arbitrations, mediations, and other proceedings. Often, Mr. Bartholomew's work is tested and refined through focus groups, mock trials, and other jury research. His work ranges from static exhibit boards to interactive electronic presentations, animations, and 3-D models. A consistent thread throughout all of his work is the focus on effectively communicating complex information in a manner that is both comprehensible and compelling.
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Before joining ThemeVision in 2006, Mr. Bartholomew accumulated more than a decade of graphic arts experience. He served as an illustrator and new media designer for the Indianapolis-based Graphic Arts Center, where he designed graphics and illustrations for educational textbooks. His experience with textbook illustrations is an ideal fit with ThemeVision's focus on educating juries and judges about the facts and evidence in complex cases.
He has also worked as a senior graphic artist for three Indiana newspapers, including The Indianapolis Star, where he led a creative team in production for one of the paper's largest classified sections.
Mr. Bartholomew earned his bachelor's degree from Purdue University.
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