Meet Paul Salmon
Paul began his career in photography studying under the aegis of the renowned Magnum photographer David Hurn. His extensive portfolio quickly grew as he turned his lens to the world of fashion and media. In 1990, Paul shifted his focus to Iraq and the Gulf War, and then later Bosnia, as he covered various aspects of life on the ground during both of these conflicts.
Paul has undertaken work on behalf of a diverse range of organisations, including TIME magazine, The Sunday Times, Readers Digest , BBC Good Food and the Leprosy Mission.
His various assignments have seen him photographing Formula One chefs to annual reports for spice companies in India to CEO’s in London boardrooms.
He was recently assigned to provide unique photography for one of London’s top hotels and has also undertaken documentary-based humanitarian projects focussing on Leprosy in the modern world.
Paul’s work is published and exhibited worldwide.
Currently working on two projects.
Assigned to provide unique photography for one of London’s hotels, and the other is a documentary based humanitarian project focussing on Leprosy in the modern world. The project started in the republic of Myanmar, formerly Burma, with the aim of covering many more affected countries over the coming years.
"PAUL HAS A FANTASTIC SHOWCASE OF IMAGES AND HIS LATEST PROJECTS HAVE ENRICHED OUR VISUAL EXPERIENCE OF THE WORLD, THROUGH HIS EYES"
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