Jim Morin started his art career drawing the cartoons that he enjoyed on Saturday mornings as a kid.
He studied art at Syracuse University and eventually found himself drawing caricatures of dignitaries and political leaders. All of that spun into a long and illustrious career as a political cartoonist with the Miami Herald. Two Pulitzer Prize awards later - the most recent one in 2017 - Morin is enjoying his retirement in Maine.
For Tuesday's Sundial, we recently spoke to him about what it's like being the lone liberal in a family of conservatives; how he avoids cliches in his art; and the secrets to portraying a president - not according to physical traits, but emotional ones.