Richard Jolley has been a freelance cartoonist for twenty years.
His first cartoon was published in Private Eye in 1990, where he has since been a regular contributor, drawing the “Liz” strip about the Royal Family in the nineties and the “EU-phemisms” cartoons since 2005. He also contributes to The Spectator, The Oldie, Prospect, and the Mail On Sunday, and has been seen in The Times, Telegraph, New Statesman, amongst many other august publications.
He spent ten years working freelance for Camden Graphics, producing some of Britain’s best-selling humorous greetings cards.
His work has been exhibited in international museums and galleries.