Award Winning Irish Cartoonist and Caricaturist Luke Warm

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Bio

Biography of award winning Irish Cartoonist & Caricaturist Luke Warm

2003-2014 Mainly commissioned caricatures from photos for corporate and private clients. Also on-the-spot caricaturing at weddings, parties and corporate events from the NEC and London Hotels to Caribbean cruises for P&O.

2003-2006 The Daily Telegraph (cartoonist)

1996-2002 The Irish Times, Dublin (cartoonist - published weekly)

1997-2001 The Financial Times (cartoonist - published weekly)

1995-1998 Times Higher Educational Supplement (cartoonist - published weekly)

1996-2005 Visiting Lecturer at four international cartoon exhibitions, Amnesty International, The Cartoon Arts Trust in London, The Open University, National College of Art and Design (Dublin) & North Devon College.

1996-1999 The Sunday Business Post, Dublin (cartoonist - published weekly)

1997 The Evening Standard (cartoonist - published weekly)

1995-1996 The Press Association, cartoonist - weekly syndication of Punters personal finance cartoon strip to The Birmingham Post, The Manchester Evening News, The Belfast Newsletter, The Shorpshire Star and The Newcastle Journal.

1995 MA (Distinction) in Graphic Design and Visual Communication through Cartooning from the University of Central England in Birmingham, sponsored by the Midland Independent Newspaper group. Researched recent incidents of cartoon censorship worldwide and set up censored cartoon Internet site for Index on Censorship.

1994-1996 Third Sector - Sector Hector cartoon strip published monthly 

1992-2002 Freelance cartoonist working under the pen name ‘Luke Warm’ in London with regular cartoon and illustration commissions (including editorial, magazine and supplement covers, photomontage, strips, pocket & spot cartoons) in The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, Magill (Dublin), Business & Finance (Dublin), New Statesman & Society, New Internationalist, Public Policy Review, The Big Issue, Scallywag, The Big Issues (Dublin), The Pike (Dublin)

1990-1992 Mmegi newspaper (Botswana), "Fence Sittin' by Luke Warm" cartoon strip published weekly

1990-1992 Africa South, Zimbabwe, "The Kgotla.. by Ms Noma" carton strip published monthly

1982-1983 Phoenix magazine, Dublin 'And so on..' cartoon strip

1981 The Sunday Tribune, Dublin. Illustrated travel articles written by Tadhg Crowley on a 3 month journey together following the route of Kipling's Kim on the Grand Trunk Road in India and Pakistan.