About

Artful Doodlers is looked after by mother and daughter team Chrissie and Hannah Boehm.

Founded in the early noughties by Chrissie, we have a variety of artists on our books. We encourage our very experienced artists to experiment with new styles and techniques in order to guarantee exciting, fresh and marketable results for our clients.

We apply our talents and expertise to every commission, assisting clients with every aspect of project management including scheduling, budgeting and briefing.

From our studios in the UK and US we work with clients worldwide.

Chrissie B

Chrissie spent many years as an artist and illustrator after studying graphic design. She decided to put her paintbrush down and join an illustration and design studio and has been project managing and art directing ever since.

Chrissie loves spending time in Scotland and Cornwall, avidly reading on the train, and would like to be married to Bruce Springsteen.

Favourite book as a child: Heidi by Johanna Spyri

Hannah B

Hannah spent many years in the licensing world working on the product development for numerous character brands. Hannah became a Doodler after realising getting children to read was far more rewarding.

Hannah is an avid Arsenal fan and also likes to think of herself as a coffee aficionado.

Favourite book as a child: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff

Laura B

After studying Spanish and linguistics and spending years working in educational publishing, Laura decided to add pictures to her repertoire and become a Doodler. She looks after all things social media and website-related.

Laura loves watching foreign films and admiring the trees while going for walks in leafy West London.

Favourite book as a child: The Poky Little Puppy by Janette Sebring Lowrey

Claire S

Claire studied graphic design and has been the Doodler’s resident designer for a number of years.

Claire loves watching animated films and riding rollercoasters – the more loops the better.

Favourite book as a child: The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson