Peter Dunlap-Shohl worked as cartoonist for the Anchorage Daily News for over 25 years. He produced four editorial cartoons per week, concentrating on local topics. He also created and oversaw a local interactive political cartoon caption contest for which he drew one cartoon a week that readers completed by submitting captions. Pete also created animated cartoons for the Anchorage Daily News website.
Peter is now freelancing and working on his many cartooning and animation projects. You can catch the latest at Frozen Grin, his humor blog. https://frozengrin.blogspot.com/
Pete was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 2002, and maintains "Off & On, The Alaska PD Rag"
a blog about living with Parkinson's that features original cartoons and illustrations. He is the author of "My Degeneration, A Journey Through Parkinson's" a book-length comic about living with Parkinson's Disease.
Dunlap-Shohl has won various prizes, including the First Amendment Award from Alaska Press Club. He was also awarded first place in the 2002 Society of Professional Journalists Northwest regional editorial cartoon competition.
Dunlap-Shohl has lived most of his life in Anchorage, surviving the largest earthquake ever recorded in North America, the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and sundry volcanic eruptions and moose charges. He lives in the foothills of the Chugach Mountains with his wife Pamela. Hobbies include biking, and playing the dobro.