Neil K Kempsell is Scotland's top live Caricaturist, entertaining and delighting guests, clients and colleagues throughout Scotland at most of the leading Hotels, corporate and private venues. His ability to capture personalities on paper with great skill, likeness, speed, and accuracy is truly magical, as well as offering a great interactive entertainment and a memorable sketch of the event to take home. He is happy to offer a variety of entertainment approaches and styles to suit every function, face, party, wedding, retirement as well as social/ business/ private events. Will also draw individual and group caricatures on request. Guaranteed to help your event be truly memorable.
Ashley Reid• June 28, 2019
Neil was amazing and everyone had a great time, thank you :)
Aaron Turner• April 28, 2018
"Neil was an outstanding addition to our wedding. His presence brought a real fun factor to the proceedings and his personality resonated well with the crowd. Too marks for a top man. Thanks again Neil.
Mr & Mrs Turner"
firstname.lastname@example.org• Sept. 22, 2018
We just wanted to send you a quick email to say thank you so much for drawing at our wedding.
We absolutely loved our caricature and many guests also commented on how much they loved theirs."
Damian Saoirse• Sept. 22, 2017
Hi Neil, you are absolutely fantastic! Thanks so much.
Peter McDonald• Aug. 11, 2017
Just thought I would give you a wee email to let you know that i'm still receiving phone calls talking about how good you were. Everybody loved you and I will be sure to recommend you to anyone in the future.
Kirsty Burgess• July 25, 2016
"Thank you for yesterday - you caused great hilarity! We framed the pictures and set them out on the floor, they looked great together.
Not sure if I can forgive you for making me look like Cher, although I wouldnt mind her money!
Kirsty & Darren"
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