Lead by a renewed emphasis on photography through Lost In The Nameless City, a film made in part with still images which premiered in New York at the Artists Forum Festival of The Moving Image and screened at the 2018 edition of Cinetekton International Film & Architecture Festival, Paul is currently working on a series of books bringing to light archived, unpublished and new photographic work. Candlelight Flavoured Bubblegum will be a series of five monographs touching on subjects including a nighttime odyssey, seaside oddities, growing up in the countryside and living in a former palace. Notes and autobiographical testimony will accompany the body of photographic work; each book retaining itself as a complete piece, narrative and a cosy exhibition in your hands.
Paul has had photography commissions with English Heritage from 2014 to present which contributed in whole or part to national marketing of events, brochures, banners, published press, social media and the official website. A variety of subjects have included Halloween, Victorian Christmas, equestrian, landscapes, room decor, conservation and historical actors. These have been specifically at heritage sites Apsley House (Piccadilly, London), Audley End House & Gardens (Essex), Down House (Kent) and Wrest Park (Bedfordshire).
Paul's images have also been used commercially for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and catalogued by ICA London. Prints and postcard sets are available to purchase online by clicking the poster below. The images are from the award winning work Lost In The Nameless City which observed urban space in London and was made in part with still photography.