Here are some samples of old and new cartoons published in various places over the years.
I sign myself CAF because I always thought Cafarella was too long to fit into a single-column cartoon.
I draw a Christmas card each year for clients and friends, which explains why there are so many with a Christmas theme.
I’m still wrestling with the technology regarding how best to display these, so apologies for the linear format.
My cartoons have been published in a wide range of publications, including The Age, New Scientist, Playgrouper Magazine, The Age Cheap Eats (1993/94), The Age Good Food Guide (1994/1995), Committee-itis, a light-hearted look at the pleasures and pitfalls of sitting on a committee, by Hazel Edwards and Jean Roberts (Choice Books, 2003), Friends, Love, Sex, a practical guide to understanding relationships, by Dr Helen McGrath and Hazel Edwards, (Harper Collins, 1997), Do Women Pay More, by Allyson Foster, (Consumer Law Centre Victoria, 1997), Essay Writing Step-By-Step, Years 7 to 10, by Kristine Brown, (Pascal Press, 2002), All You Need to Know About Grammar, Years 7 to 10, by Kathi Wyldeck, (Pascal Press, 2003) and Effective Ineptitude, the secrets of corporate climbing, by John Smartt, (Hale and Iremonger).
For about 10 years, I also contributed regularly to the Alternative Law Journal, published by Monash University’s Law Faculty.
I’ve also drawn for publications by the Victorian Council for Social Services, The Victorian Women’s Trust, Kangan Batman TAFE, and for Principal Matters and Prime Focus.
In 1999, I contributed to Artists and Cartoonists in Black and White, by Joan Kerr, (Southwood Press 1999).
My cartoon archive is held at the State Library of Victoria.