She has the court’s permission to be a drawing-blogger in the Court. Where cameras can’t go, she goes — drawing documentations of cases and culture in the court. She is not a lawyer.
Here is a February 2014 article, Picture-blogging in the Supreme Court, she wrote about her work, in Counsel Magazine.
Discreet amplification emphasises every breath, rustle and moment of nervous tension. In Court 2, the plushy floral curtains aren’t enough to insulate counsel from the relentless scrape of the minute hand on the slate clock or the finality of the omega on the court emblem. It’s all right for me – I can just sit here finger-painting with charcoal while fine minds deal in cool abstractions.