Judith Walker has drawn cartoons since the eighties. Her cartoon career started when she was Managing Editor of the cult cartoon magazine Duck Soup. She later went on to do a cartoon strip for The Sun newspaper called Men! Which made fun of male Sun readers. More recently she did very different cartoons in her role as the editorial cartoonist for New Humanist magazine.
Her current role as cartoonist in residence at a London teaching hospital has led her to examine the possibility that cartoons could be used to create empathy within healthcare.
Judith’s cartoons have been exhibited in various venues including the Cartoon Museum, London.
She also does illustration work for book covers, theatre posters, magazines and private commissions including birthday cards and invitations.
Judith originally trained as a painter at Central St Martins and New Mexico State University, USA and still continues to work and exhibit her colourful artwork, which you can see at
Cartoons online http://cartoons.judithwalker.co.uk/index.html