Courtroom sketch artist - a dying profession
Gary Myrick has been a courtroom sketch artist in Texas for 40 years – covering some of America's most sensational trials, including the Branch-Davidian arraignments and the Paula Jones vs Bill Clinton case.
He is one of a dying breed, as more US courts use video cameras to record events. But Gary Myrick feels the human touch he puts on things is vital, "I’m trying to draw to communicate to those that aren’t there, what it was like to be there. And maybe some of that has been getting lost".
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