Bio + Awards
Paul studied anthropology as an undergraduate and worked for several years as a Forest Service archaeologist in Arizona and Southeast Alaska before starting his photography career. One of his earliest expeditions was an 800-mile solo sea kayaking trip through the Inside Passage from Alaska to Seattle.
Working professionally for the past twenty years, Paul's images are recognized for their minimal and graphic compositions with an emphasis on line, form, shape and color. He is known primarily as a landscape photographer of the American West, and is drawn towards the places where humans and the natural environment intersect. An avid outdoorsman, Paul lives in Seattle, but is equally at home in the wilderness.
2016 PDN Photo Annual
2014 PDN Photo Annual
2013 PDN Photo Annual
2012 American Photography 28
2012 PDN Photo Annual
2011 Communication Arts Photo Annual
2010 Communication Arts Photo Annual
2010 PDN Photo Annual