Since becoming a professional cartoonist in 2005, I have drawn thousands of cartoons, ranging from comic strips to political satire to one-liners and more.

My archive (around 6000 published cartoons) is far too large for my website, so I’ve selected a handful below, just to give you an idea of the kind of work I do.

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The best things in life are silly.
— Scott Adams

My political work is, by far, the majority of my portfolio.

I’m not sure why, but it’s is probably because people are politically charged and like my satire. Here are a few cartoons covering South African and global affairs.

I love slapstick humour!

From offbeat cartoons, to little panels at the bottom of the page, to commissioned illustrations of dogs; I’ve done it all. As with my political work, there is too much to show. Below is simply a snapshot.

 The last time I drew a daily comic strip was in 2010.

While making a living from a comic strip is not easy, drawing one is still rewarding because it’s a wonderful journey down a rabbit hole of storytelling and escapism. Which is why - after being approached by a South African daily newspaper - I launched Last In Space during July 2019.

Last In Space follows the intergalactic adventures of two aliens in the impossible search for intelligent life.

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