Bigger Picture is a Scandinavian strategy, learning and design agency, founded in 2003, with offices in Copenhagen.
We are a passionate and curious group of listeners, synthesizers, designers, illustrators, cartoonists, movie makers and facilitators.

Our team
Ole Qvist-Sørensen
Visual Facilitator

Ole has more than 15 years of international experience in designing and facilitating strategy processes in small and large organizations. He assists leadership teams in cultivating a more visual way of working and is the co-author of the book “Visual Collaboration”.‍
Loa Baastrup
Visual Facilitator

Loa designs and facilitates processes leading to the creation of powerful communication and dialogue tools. She has led large scale strategy processes and trained close to 1000 people. Loa is co-author of the book “Visual Collaboration”.
Sofie Mesterton
Process Illustrator

Sofie is an illustrator with a background in the Royal Danish School of Design where she creates visual concepts, stories and dialogue through drawing. As process illustrator she quickly catches keypoints and creates a visual overview of complex matters.

Brigita Radeljak
Visual Facilitator

Brigita coordinates and leads internal and external projects. She has both a practical and theoretical foundation when it comes to strategic conceptualization. Brigita has a unique way of combining design and business into process thinking.

Thomas Thorhauge
Process Illustrator

Thomas is a fantastic listener and is internationally recognised for his visual storytelling work. He can turn a special atmosphere at a conference, a powerful statement in a meeting, or a breakthrough idea in a project into a powerful illustration - within a few minutes and with a twist that will make you smile.

Hans Henrik Ruus
Process Illustrator

Hans Henrik has worked many years in the advertising industry turning ideas and concepts into different visual formats. He can draw anything within minutes. You will also find Hans Henrik applying this skill in courthouses making quick portraits when photos are not allowed.

Ida Maj Emborg
Visual Facilitator

Ida facilitates change and communication processes and teaches teams a more visual way of working. With a background in Performance Design and Organizational Studies, she has an analytical approach to problems as well as solid experience in process and project management.

Marius Klausen

Marius Klausen is a serial entrepreneur with a strong interest in communication and change. He is devoted to making a difference in the world of new media and focuses on making simple animations with Bigger Picture..

Our approach
System visualization

We call our approach System visualization. It is a way of processing complexity so it becomes manageable. System visualization is based on a set of fundamental systems theory assumptions, a focus on group learning and the idea that places where social processes unfold can be considered visual learning arenas.

The Five Visual Design Loops

The Five Visual Design Loops is a systematic method to working visually. Each loop supports you in growing a visual practice. When working with us you will experience how these loops guide our shared work and create value.

3 competencies 8 skills

When you work visually, many different competence areas can come into play. We have identified three competence areas that we find particularly relevant in our work. For each competence there are a set of skills we bring to the work.

Our why

Purpose, mission, vision and belief

Purpose: To show the world that it is at least as important to learn to draw as it is to learn to read, write, and count

Mission: To accelerate the use of pen, paper and big picture thinking in all sectors of society

Vision: A society where we teach our children to sketch, synthesize, create overviews, find meaning and draw it out - together

Belief: We believe in the value of seeking, developing and seeing the bigger picture. With a bigger picture mindset you listen differently, you engage differently and you create differently. You automatically create solutions that benefit the larger whole

Principles of practice

Be yourself - Never stop asking questions - Do what matters - Engage with others - Start now

Principles of sustainable practice

We will (to the highest degree possible):

  • Measure and mitigate our greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing carbon offsets
  • Buy products and produce, which are organically and locally made and have a sustainable lifecycle
  • Hire service providers / sub-contractors who work with a similar set of sustainable principles
  • Plan and organize around local resources and people and find ways to contribute to the local community
  • Recycle all that we use, and aim to create zero waste
  • Create solutions that support one or more of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals

Since 2009 we have each year donated 10% of our profits to good causes.

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