Keegan Hall on Launching His Art Career While Giving Back

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A marketing vet turned artist and philanthropist, who's unique set of skills are enabling him to stand out in a competitive industry and make a difference.

In the past six months, Keegan's artwork has helped raised $100,000 for different charities. His pencil drawings have gotten national media attention, the support of professional athletes; and most recently he was asked to create a piece for President Barack Obama. 

In this Episode:

  • Why Keegan stop drawing after college.
  • Overcoming the "not good enough" trap.
  • On being "The Enforcer" of your dreams.

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Keegan Hall's home art studio where he pencil draws and records all his work.

Keegan Hall's home art studio where he pencil draws and records all his work.

President Barack Obama receiving Keegan's artwork from Governor Jay Inslee 

President Barack Obama receiving Keegan's artwork from Governor Jay Inslee 

Fun Facts About Keegan

  • Each of his pencil drawings can take 30 to 60 hours of work.
  • Keegan is a night owl. During the week he works on his artwork from 9pm to 2am after his full-time job and spending time with his family.
  • Professional athletes he has partnered with for charity include Seattle Seahawks Richard Sherman, Michael Bennett; and Seattle Sonics Gary Payton.

Keegan Hall Online

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