I am an award-winning graphic artist and political cartoonist/caricaturist from Oxford.
Aside from my work in cartoons I am also skilled in life drawing, painting and portraits, and have done numerous commissions to specific briefs and styles.
I have worked in a broad range of artistic mediums, but my biggest strength is drawing by hand and colouring digitally. I have spent the last two years working as a political cartoonist for the Sun Newspaper under the name "Trumble", where I have done numerous cartoons for Trevor Kavanagh's political column as well as illustrations for the Health and Sports sections.
Since leaving The Sun I have gone on to become a blogger for Huffington Post, where I continue to do political cartoons, most recently on the 2012 Presidential Election. My political cartoons have also been used for a grass-roots "Double Your Vote" campaign.
I have also done a lot of illustration and portrait commissions. In 2003 I won the Dan Hemingway Prize for Creativity for my self-illustrated graphic novel "Climate-A Cinematic Novel in Three Parts" which went on to be published by the Blake Project (www.climatethenovel.com).
I have most recently provided full illustrations to "The Random Book", a 250 page publication by social enterepeneur Talia Leman, published by New York publishing company Simon and Schuster, which is available now. I have since provided artwork for book covers by ISB Global among others. I have also done graphic design and illustration for websites and business cards, most recently for young violinist and composer Jourdan Urbach.
In April of 2012, I was an adult speaker at the TEDxYouth@DesMoines conference (available on Youtube) where I discussed my creative process, and I have also begun a civilian blog for the Huffington Post.
You can find examples of my work as well as contact details at www.trumbleart.co.uk!