...is a professional cartoonist/caricaturist with over 40 years experience in the newspaper industry. His work has appeared in most British national newspapers and magazines including The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, The Sunday Times Magazine, Private Eye, The Oldie, Prospect Magazine, The Countryman, Constabulary Magazine, The Sharp End (Met Police), Titbits, and Weekend magazines, health today, and Mail today (Delhi). He has illustrations in five books.
He is a proud member of both the Cartoonists' Club of Great Britain, and the British Cartoonists' Association.
Ron's drawing career started at a very young age, but all examples of his early works have been lost to posterity because his parents needed to redecorate the walls. He is a man of many parts: he trained to be a stuntman, is an ex-policeman, learned to fly a private plane, and practises Shotokan karate. He was a film and TV "supporting artiste" for several years, and appeared in many TV dramas including Midsomer Murders and Alan Bleasdale's adaption of Oliver Twist. He plays Irish Uilleann pipes and speaks Hindi (but not at the same time!).
He looks forward to getting up in the morning because it gives him the rest of the day to himself.