Paul bought his first camera at the age of 12 determined to document the lives of his friends and family. A stint as Photo Editor of his college yearbook, Northwestern’s Syllabus, convinced Paul to change his future career from archeologist to photographer. He followed his dream, moving to New York City in 1976.

Paul’s career as a fine art, portrait, dance, and documentary photographer has taken him around the world, photographing bodybuilders at the Hermitage Museum, ballerinas on The Orient Express, and pregnant women in Joshua Tree National Park. Paul’s photography has been published in numerous books, newspapers and magazines. His fine art photography has been exhibited in galleries in Europe and the United States and resides in the collections of several museums.

The photographs in the Small Works exhibition are inspired by Modigliani’s Reclining Nude series.

Framed: the photographs are permanently mounted into the frame

Equipment: Photographs were taken with a Canon 7D Mark II set at monochrome.

-The photographs are signed on the back of the wood frame. The prints are not editioned.

-The frames are stained and varnished by the photographer. All prints are made by the photographer.