Hi, I'm Jonny Goldstein. Glad you could make it! I am a curious, helpful person who uses hand drawn graphics to help people like you make the world a better place. I've been doing this since 2009 after years teaching art, working with people experiencing homelessness, producing new media, directing a media production education program, and hosting a talk show about the changing environment of online media. I work with consultants and directly with organizations.

After years of hanging my shingle at envizualize.com and working with a wide range of clients, I realized I'm most passionate about partnering with mission driven clients who want to improve things here on my favorite planet.  To that end, I created a new web presence, VisualizeGood.co. My clients include the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Brooklyn Law School, DataKind, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Touchlab, The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, Personal Democracy Media, The College of Wooster, Fjord, Community Healthcare Network, The Sesame Workshop, The New York Hall of Science, The New School, and the Interaction Design and Children Conference.

Aside from my work supporting clients, I teach graphic facilitation at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications (ITP) Program and the Masters of Design for Social Impact Program at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. I recently finished a teaching artist appointment at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

I have a BA in English from Colorado College and a Masters degree from NYU's ITP where I studied digital storytelling.  I studied art at the Art Students League, SVA, and Pratt.

When not onsite with clients, I work out of Civic Hall, a community of people who use  technology to "enable engagement or participation of the public for stronger development, enhancing citizen communications, improving government infrastructure, and generally improving the public good." 

I'm the proud founder of the Jackson Heights Dads Social Beverage Club.

Enough about me. How about you? What are you working on? How can I help?