Profile: Camley's Cartoons

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Steven Camley

Steven Camley has been illuminating and lampooning Scottish social, cultural and political life in his quick-fire works for The Herald for almost 15 years. His wry observations and humorous twists on the news agenda has earned him the Cartoonist of the Year title at the annual Scottish Press Awards every year between 2008 and 2011 and in 2013. He honed his skills at a two-year design and illustration course at the old College of Building and Printing in Glasgow in the 1980s before drawing full-time.

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Latest articles from Camley's Cartoons

Camley’s Cartoon on Saturday, August 8: A83 closed yet again
Camley’s Cartoon on Saturday, July 11: Spain not on Scotland’s air bridge list
Camley’s Cartoon on Saturday, July 4: A mix of Covid and politics
Camley’s Cartoon on Saturday, June 27: Schools to go back full-time
Camley’s Cartoon on Saturday, June 13: Tourist industry set to reopen
Camley’s Cartoon on Saturday, April 18: Doing their bit for the NHS
Camley’s Cartoon March 2-6: Coronavirus, Cummings and Priti Patel
Camley’s Cartoon: Bernie Sanders, Luss for life, falling education standards and more
Donald Trump this week suggested to China that a trade deal could hinge on resolving the Hong Kong crisis.
Saturday, August 10: Much of Scotland’s transport system was sunk this week by heavy rain and flooding. (Steven Camley).