Offers a wide range of scribing, illustration and graphic communication services to the local community, NHS, SMEs, social enterprises and ethical projects.

Experienced in academic environment and familiar with research environment and dissemination.


Also known to his wife and friends as Shaun Belcher trained as a fine art painter at Hornsey College of Art, London then had several art exhibitions there. His artwork has appeared on record sleeves for W.E.A. and Creation record labels.

He was a member of a community arts team painting school murals and making mosaics in Islington, London in the mid 1980’s.

He is also a published poet Last Farmer 2010 and has worked in Prisons delivering creative writing and given many public readings.

He can offer GRAPHIC arts, digital arts and creative writing workshops in a range of community settings.

Presently based in Nottingham after periods in Oxford and Edinburgh.

Trained as teacher at Nottingham University 2003-4 and has P.G.C.C.E. qualification and has had regularly updated CRB advanced disclosures when necessary.

Has been City Arts Nottingham artist in residence and led Framework Housing Association Drugs Project and facilitated web deployment of Double Impact art projects in 2006-7.

Also worked in HMP Nottingham and Whatton..most recently on a ‘Book in a day’ project with fellow members of Inside Out Writers Collective.

Has freelanced as ‘live illustrator’ or ‘Scriber’ on academic conferences and research projects (NTU 2014 Product Design Project).

Notable commissions include:

Illustrations to James Elkins 2nd Edition of ‘Artists with PhDs’

Record Sleeves and illustration for Peter Astor/ the Weather Prophets ( featured in Record Sleeves of the year 1988) here an article from Nottingham Evening Post 2015.

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4 Responses

  1. good luck for your show…hope you make more money from your drawings than I did in the seventies.

  2. Hello, I’m an art teacher doing a presentation on working class art majors, and I’d like to know if I can use the mapping diagram of class I found on this website.
    It’s terrific.

    Thanks for your quick reply

  3. brilliant stuff!
    would love to get in touch re potential future exhibitions esp with shrigley getting in to the hayward!
    look forward to hearing from you

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