“A distinctive and unique talent… Steve understands our needs completely. He works with speed, reliability and mantains complete confidentiality.”
Steve Beaumont has been producing professional illustrations, storyboards, cartoons and character development work for Film, TV, Video Game and Advertising Agencies for the past 10 years.
Having worked on a number of high-profile, successful campaigns and projects, Steve has built a reputation for being a reliable and experienced freelance illustrator.
What’s more, his adaptability to situations and environments, together with his ability to work quickly and effectively under pressure, ensures Steve is frequently welcomed back as a valuable member of an Agency’s creative team.
A Diverse Portfolio of Satisfied Clients
Steve has a diverse client list, with his work playing a key role on successful projects for ‘blue chip’ companies, such as Nike, Nestle, and Sony, as well as for rock bands and musicians such as ‘Garbage’ Mcfly and ‘Busted’. Previous and current clients include:
Aardman Animation Studios (UK)
Story Tellers (UK)
The Field (UK)
Sony (Sony Music Entertainment USA)
Phillips (NL) - netherlands
The Attik (UK)
Blazing Blue Design (UK)
Omnibus Press (UK)
Arcturus Publishing (UK)
Vinilla Burnham-costume designer (UK)
Marken Film GMBH (Germany)
December Films (Astralia)
Emap publishing (UK)
Dave Edwards Entertainment (UK)
Aspect TV (UK)
More recently he has produced storyboards for a new project for Aardman Animation Studios: a brand new kids’ TV series, ‘Chop Socky Chooks’, for CartoonNetwork. In addition, Steve has produced animation images for the ‘Busted’ and ‘Westlife’ stage videos, for ‘The Field’, and also found the time to fit in a vast amount of storyboard projects!
Published Books and Graphic Novels
In addition to his storyboards and other illustration work, Steve has also created three graphic novels in the past three years, published by Omnibus Press, and which include, ‘Godspeed: The Kurt Cobain Graphic’ and ‘Tupac: Death Rap’. He has also recently completed another book, called ‘How To Draw Fantasy Art’ (images from this book can be seen on the illustration page).
To discuss current or future projects, contact Steve on 0113 2891205, mobile 07837 861489 or email at