Having attended art school, Paul studied philosophy at King's College, London and completed a Master's degree in Philosophical Aesthetics at the University of Essex.
He has written extensively on contemporary photography for a number of magazines. His research interests include: the philosophy of the image, art and protest, the animal within art, art-writing, and the contemporary condition of the photographic. He is the Theory Coordinator for BA (Hons) Photography, is a theory tutor for MA Photography, and he also organises the cross-course theory talks programme.
A number of peer review publications are pending including 'Photography and the Erotics of Protest' and a book on 'Photography and its Objects'. Paul co-organises the Photography and the Contemporary Imaginary Research Hub at LCC.
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