Our mission is to combine our clients’ already brilliant gifts with our commercial acumen, skills, contacts and experience so they can make a lasting impact through their work.
Zoom Rockman
Zoom Rockman
Satirist, editorial cartoonist, puppet maker and animator, speaker

Zoom Rockman is a gifted and accomplished cartoonist, puppet animator, and illustrator.

Zoom is a regular contributor to Private Eye Magazine and his cartoons have appeared in The Sunday Times.

Zoom has created illustrations and animation for the launch of the new Young V&A Museum, which opens in July 2023.

Zoom is also making an animated film for Westminster City Council in conjunction with The Paul Canoville Foundation, that is central to an anti-drugs and making good choices schools project to roll out this summer in the Borough of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Zoom achieved a number of impressive milestones at a young age, becoming the youngest ever contributor to The Beano Comic at age 12, Private Eye Magazine at age 16, and The Sunday Times with his column ‘Zoom’s Week’ at age 21.

Zoom has been recognized for his talents by the London Evening Standard, which named him one of the Most Influential Londoners under 25.

Zoom has also illustrated several notable books, including Iain Dale’s ‘The Prime Ministers’ (which was named Political Book of the Year in 2020) and ‘The Presidents’ (released in 2021). Zoom created the cover for Private Eye’s ‘Dr Hammond’s Covid Casebook’ in 2021 and illustrated ‘St Pancreas Defendat Me, The Boris Letters’ in released in November 2022.


Zoom Rockman has recently completed projects for:


Zoom is available for the following services

  • Illustrations for books
  • Animation for television, film, music, video,  social media
  • Editorial Cartoons
  • Puppet commissions
  • Public speaking
  • Performances
  • Creativity workshops and events

To work with Zoom contact us today

David Downes
David Downes
Painter and illustrator, speaker on autism

David Downes is a gifted British landscape painter known for his extraordinary seascapes, intricate architectural drawings, and expansive skies. He has a unique ability to recall places he has visited in detail and paint them from memory. David attributes this ability to his neurodivergent brain and his passion for drawing as a child.

David has received numerous high-profile commissions, including painting the BBC’s heritage buildings and the River Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant for the Savoy hotel. David was also commissioned by ITV to paint a 12-meter-wide mural over 5 days for the launch of a period drama, Sanditon based on Jane Austen’s last and unfinished novel.

During the pandemic, David was inspired to document the events and started creating more surreal and imaginative work. He focuses on the juxtaposition of history and modernity and often paints his scenes from an aerial position to capture the landscape in vivid detail.

David was offered a place at the Royal College of Art on the basis of a body of work, which he calls Disordered Development, in which he visually expresses his experience of living as a young person with autism.

David is also a Vice President of the U.K.’s National Autistic Society and regularly speaks on behalf of the charity. He now owns his own gallery, the David Downes Gallery, in Manningtree, Essex, England.


David has recently completed projects for:

  • The US National Institute of Mental Health, Office of Autism Research
  • Your Magazine
  • National Autistic Society
  • Clyde and Co LLP


David Downes is available for the following services:

  • Commissioned paintings
  • Public speaking
  • Live painting at events

To work with David contact us today