What If Your Life Could Be A Masterpiece?
Richard Hight is an international speaker who inspires audiences to re-imagine possibilities and discover their creative processes. He understands the importance of utilizing his presentation to motivate the crowd, and he uses a variety of learning methods to connect with every individual in the room though spoken word, music, and fine art. From the moment Richard steps onto a stage, he captures the attention of each individual by combining powerful illustrations, compelling music and inspiring messages, to challenge people to think like an artist and act like a leader.
On stage, he will encourage the audience to expand their creativity, and the message is shared through an interactive visual display of art. The audience will be astonished as they watch a beautiful image revealed, as Richard uses his artistic talents to create an amazing original illustration within minutes.
Don’t settle for another dry event because Richard’s presentations can bring the WOW factor to your group. His unique visual style is unlike any presentation that you have experienced, and his on-stage artwork is an integral part of connecting with crowds so he can share simple yet timeless truths. Calling Richard a “typical speaker” is like saying that VanGogh was an “average painter.” Through the art demonstration and the motivating speech, he helps people to see their own life as a work of art, so that they can find the unique brilliance that sets them apart in the world.
As a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) through the National Speakers Association, Richard enjoys educating, entertaining, and inspiring on stage. His presentations can be catered to appeal to any demographic and he is skilled at tailoring the message to fit your audience, which means that your event will be personalized based on the needs of your organization.
Residing in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Richard travels the world and has shared his messages with millions of people. He has appeared on CBS, NBC, ABC, and FOX networks, and his artwork is placed in museums and over 50 universities around the country. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, the theater, reading, and music.
Richard is a dedicated husband to his wife, Marty, and a loving father to his two children, Averie and Coleman. As a family, they have actively supported Averie, who has Down Syndrome, in Special Olympics.