Stuart Hutchison, architect and cartoonist, publishes under the name of “Hutch.”

A native of England, he performed as a child in Vaudeville with his father, comedian Harry Tate, Jr. His cartoons have appeared in numerous periodicals and humor magazines around the world, including the New York Times, the International AC Review and the Norwegian Planning Institute Magazine.

He was an invited artist to the Birch Burdette Long Memorial Exhibition by the Architectural League of New York City: “Sky Hooks—Funny Drawings About Architecture,” and is a former editor of The Princeton Tiger humor magazine.

A practicing architect in the U. S., he teaches part-time at the University of Colorado College of Architecture and Planning.


Stu Hutchinson in younger years with his father Harry Tate, Jr., (left) and Sir Harry Lauder (right).