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Suitable for: Wedding Day, Birthday, Christening, Halloween, Bonfire Night, Bar Mitzvah, New Years Eve, Valentines Day, Anniversary, Retirement.
With over 25 years experience and a dazzling CV, Spot On Caricatures is the ideal entertainment choice for your cutting edge event or traditional wedding. With wit and charm, George aims to keep your guests smiling, with his walkabout entertainment and wicked eye!
As an entertainer, George is renowned for his cutting edge stylised 4 minute caricatures and minimalistic digital caricatures. George joined Samsung to tour the UK for the Olympic Flame celebrations; 66 cities in 71 days! He drew digital on the Galaxy Note and has helped launch the device across the UK in shopping centers in 2012. George also likes to work in UAE and has entertained regularly at the F1 events in 2010, 2011 and 2012, he does love the sun!
George has entertained crowds at thousands of different events, from car launches to paint exhibitions, though he specializes in wedding entertainment. He entertains at over 60 weddings each year and has developed a fantastic reputation within the wedding industry and with venues and wedding magazines who recommend him for your big day. George concentrates on personality, style and of course great likenesses, no cheese guaranteed!
George's caricatures are regularly commissioned by national magazines and he drew for TV Times from 1999 to 2003, First Post 2005 - 2007, Financial News and currently draws for GQ magazine.
George was first spotted on TV in 2000, when George drew Truda on Vets in Practice. George then appeared live on ITV Paul O'Grady Show and twice on Today with Des & Mel in 2005. George drew Tony Blair for BBC's Money Programme in 2007 and later made his first appearance on the BBC One Show, his second appearance was in 2009. George was featured on ESPN, drawing Wigan for the 2013 FA Cup Final and in 2014 drew on Coach Trip (C4). George's latest TV splash was drawing live on Blue Peter in May 2016 (CBBC)!