Paul B. Goode is a portrait, dance and fine art photographer living and working in New York City. Paul’s love of photography began at the age of twelve when he was taught how to develop film by his best friend’s father, the photographer Philip Drell. Paul’s past projects have included the American Ballet Theatre, Soviet Russia, and women bodybuilders. During the Pandemic, Paul has photographed for his Smokers’ Detritus  project, a series of images capturing the aging and texture of mans’s garbage on the streets and sidewalks on New York. Originally these portraits featured tossed cigarette butts. The Pandemic has added a new dimension, the streets now also full of used masks and gloves.


Equipment: Photographed with an Iphone 8 Plus. Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 300 using an Epson P800 printer. The photograph is mounted on a stained wood panel using archival gesso.