It's always best to talk through your requirements in advance of the day, but for general information: Luke Warm usually starts by working standing, drawing on an A4 clip board and moving quickly amongst your guests to help break the ice. Later on he usually moves to an informal Caricature Studio area he's set up in advance with lights and banners to drawn couples and small groups on A3. On the spot Caricaturing requires reasonable light - candlelit dinners are too dark, and flashing disco lights don't work either! For his Caricature Studio area Luke Warm brings his own lights and banners and needs the use of 3 armless dining chairs, a space of about 3m x 2m and the use of a standard 13amp plug socket. Working outside is usually brilliant in terms of lighting, but not so good if it's raining or blowing a gale. It's great to be in the swim of the party but he does need to be able to talk to your guests, so it's best not to site him too close to the band or disco.