Scottish dancers: A3 (297x420mm) digital print on 300gsm pro design art card
After working as the cartoonist for Labour Weekly from 1984-1987, Frank produced a weekly strip for Tribune 1988-89 and also several covers for the New Statesman.
He also did a long-running cartoon strip called "In Which We Serve" for the National Union of Civil & Public Servants from 1984 - 1997. Newcastle based Sunday Sun ran his cartoons from 1990 - 1998: "Pirate Pete" was a strip drawn for the Daily Record in 1991.
In 1999 Frank began drawing Boyling Point, a daily cartoon in the Edinburgh Evening News, which ran until 2015. His work has appeared in many publications such as The Herald, Scotland on Sunday, Sunday Telegraph, Today, Sunday Post, etc. Other clients include Scottish Amicable, IBM, Bank of Scotland, BBC Scotland, Wark Clements, National Library of Scotland, Hibernian FC, and Friends of the Earth Scotland.
His cartoons have also featured in Ken Loach's film Carla's Song (1996). Between 1998 and 2003 Frank also appeared as a stand-up comic on the Scottish circuit, under the name Frank Quinn. He supported acts such as Johnny Vegas, Dara O'Briain, and his namesake Frankie Boyle.
His work has appeared regularly on both the UK and Scottish editions of BBC's Newsnight. It also featured in The Gathering Place, a BBC documentary on the building of the Scottish Parliament.
In 2005 one of Frank's cartoons was bought by the National Gallery of Scotland for their permanent collection of drawings.
In October 2008 Frank represented Scotland at the Tourcoing cartoon festival in France, where he was awarded the Trophée d'Honneur. He was also voted Cartoonist of the Year at the Scottish Press Awards in 2003 and 2006. Runner-up in 2002, 2010 & 2012.