Paul started drawing cartoons and caricatures from a very young age. At university he studied TV Production where his interest in caricature got him a job at the Spitting Image workshop, working on the design and modeling of puppets for the hit TV show.
Since 1995 he has worked as a freelance caricaturist and illustrator and his work has appeared in The Guardian, The New Statesman and Punch.
He has worked in advertising and is the character designer for Jonathan Crisp. In 2005 Paul was nominated for a D&AD award for his crisp packet illustrations.
★ Produces fun, ‘quick-fire’ caricature sketches
★ Paul’s a class act of an artist
★ Paul’s caricatures are ideal light entertainment
Here’s what Paul – Caricaturist’s clients said:
Archie – your entertainers were unique & worked well on the train and at the venue. Paul’s caricatures were ideal light entertainment for onboard without being too in your face, instead, helping to create a unique traveling experience.
Eurostar’s 10th Anniversary
Please thank Paul, Guy, Andrew, Ross, Aaron & David for all their hard work and professionalism throughout the event. I will certainly be recommending them for future events and to clients. Again – thank you to everyone who made this event possible and most importantly, UNDOUBTEDLY MEMORABLE!
Just wanted to say a huge thank you to you and your team, our party was a huge success, the caricaturist and the DJ were both great, really professional, well done! Many thanks and Happy Christmas!
Paul was great on Friday; the guests absolutely loved the pictures.
Everybody loved it. Paul’s a class act of an artist and had a lot of patience for all our requests, which were accurately interpreted. Thanks!
Private Client (via Contraband)
Paul – Caricaturist’s Previous Clients:
The New Statesman
British American Tobacco
Deloitte and Touche
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Ernst and Young
‘Not Forgotten’ Association