David Lewis is a professional cartoonist and caricaturist, with over twenty years experience within the corporate sector. Based in London, he is also experienced in television work, most notably as the designer and cartoon artist for ITV's award-winning 90s animated topical satire show 2DTV.
David graduated from St. John's College, Oxford University with a First in English Literature in 1989. Since then, he has become one of London's most successful corporate entertainers and has also built up a broad portfolio of cartooning work, specialising in the business sector; specifically corporate visualisation, brainstorming and graphic recording. He has a long-term association with Trompenaars Hampden-Turner and has illustrated all their books and many of their workshops since the 1990s.
David illustrates for a broad range of clients, working both within the UK and internationally. His work includes portraiture, book and magazine illustration, Christmas cards, advertising commissions and corporate gifts. His cartoons have been published in The Beano, The Sunday Times and The Daily Mirror.
His television credits include The One Show, Come Dine With Me, CBBC, Jack Dee’s Happy Hour, Horrible Histories, Wogan’s Web and the aforementioned 2DTV through all of its series; subsequently he worked with the 2DTV team on George Michael’s video ‘Shoot the Dog’.
David’s many satisfied clients include Her Majesty the Queen (for her 80th birthday celebrations), Sir Richard Branson, Bruce Forsyth, the Economist magazine and many large corporations ranging from Goldman Sachs to Vodafone. He has recently been involved in many corporate brainstorming workshops including for British Aerospace and the Department of Health.
In the course of his career David Lewis has drawn well over 250,000 guests at parties, exhibitions, functions and trade shows. His work has spanned four continents: from Detroit to Jaipur, from Manchester to Marrakech.