Aggie Whelan Kenny is an Emmy award-winning artist who attended NYU Graduate School with her career focusing on live painting and drawing. She is known for her keen ability to capture key moments quickly at live events with her evocative watercolors. Aggie has been interviewed on Fox and Friends for her artwork of 911 Responders that was shown in the United States Senate Rotunda.
Elizabeth Williams is an award-winning artist who graduated from Parsons School of Design with a major in fashion illustration. Her natural affinity is to record the moment with her savvy fashion style along with an ability to capture likeness and precise gestures especially at live events. She has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning , Good Morning America and in a series on Oxygen Network, highlighting her artwork and career. The New York Times featured Elizabeth's work in “In Court, She’s Always Judging You: Elizabeth Williams, the courtroom artist who covered the trials of R. Kelly and Ghislaine Maxwell, has an eye for style.”
Aggie and Elizabeth have been working for over 9 years as a live event artist team painting and drawing festivals, weddings, corporate events and special occasions. Both artists are acclaimed courtroom illustrators whose work has been featured in news media outlets around the world and in various exhibits including “Rogues Gallery” at the John Jay College Shiva Gallery in New York City and in “Drawing Justice” at the Library of Congress in Washington DC.
Their client list includes: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the New York Post, NBC News, CBS News, ABC News, Associated Press, WCBS, WNBC, KABC, ESPN, CNBC, CNN and Newsday. Their artwork is in the collections of: The Supreme Court of the United States, The Library of Congress, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The New Jersey State Bar Association, Chevron Corporation and numerous private collections.