Steve Caplin likes making things.
He has spent 15 years creating satirical illustrations for newspapers including The Guardian, The Sunday Telegraph, The Independent and The Sunday Times, as well as producing cover illustrations for Business Week, Radio Times, Readers’ Digest among many others. He is the author of over a dozen books, including the How to Cheat in Photoshop series and the Amazon #1 bestseller Dad Stuff.
Steve’s first computer was a Sinclair Spectrum he bought in 1982, when he eschewed the 16K version and opted for the 48K model because it was future-proof. He has since owned enough Macs to keep Apple in profit.
When he’s not at his desk Steve makes improbable sculptures and furniture. He plays the piano and accordion, although unlike Phil his only public appearances involved a now forgotten new wave band in the 1980s and several performances playing the music for silent films.
Steve likes Bill Viola, Paris and Timothy Taylor ale.