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My photography is a response to developments in my personal life and to real-life events and issues that I felt strongly about, like the role of faith in the private realm and the fallout of social media on relationships.
Paul Gadd has lived and worked as a photographer in the United Kingdom, Spain, South Korea and Malaysia. His career has covered various fields of photography—including editorial, advertising, documentary and portraiture—and his photographs have appeared in a number of international publications such as The Guardian, The International Herald Tribune, Esquire (Malaysia), Marie Claire (Malaysia and India) and OK magazine.
In 2001 he started The Print Room in Kuala Lumpur, a film photography studio, darkroom and gallery. As its creative director he helped emerging photographers explore the art of film and curated 14 group and solo exhibitions. These exhibitions explored a range of photography genres and sought to help establish film photography as a viable art form in the region. He published his first book of photography, Five Minutes: The People of Malaysia, in 2012.
In recent years Paul has increasingly stepped away from his commercial work to focus on fine art photography. He has begun exhibiting his work at international art platforms, most recently in 2018 in Seoul, South Korea and 2019 Rome.
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