“In the winter of 2016 I was living with depression. On better days I was able to leave my home and on those days and nights I paced London with my camera. These walks afforded me some frail but real connection with other humans, through candid intimate moments made with camera, briefly joining a subject and myself. ‘Coffee for One’ is one of those captures, a moment when two people, alone in the busy city, briefly connected.”
Paul is an award winning photographer with a keen interest in portraiture and documenting people. Formerly an architect, he became interested in photography in 2014. Allowing a new form of expression and creativity to emerge, offering him a new way to interact with people.
Self taught with an analogue camera in winter 2014. Today he shoots both digital and analogue.
Paul has been commissioned for a variety of portraiture work. His photography captures a real connection and interaction with chosen subjects, context and environments.
Available for portraiture commissions, digital and analogue, Paul is a fellow of the RSA.