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In This Episode…
Valerie shares a conversation with Paul Vincent. Find out how football, photography and serendipity brought a visual storyteller from London to work on a documentary project in Malawi.
Paul is a married father of two from Hertfordshire, England. Having originally trained as a photographer in the 1990s, he slowly gravitated towards graphic design and now runs a small London based agency called Stone Creative Design. He worked with Valerie and Joshua Coombes, designing the New York and Paris #dosomethingfornothing ebooks.
Since picking the camera up again a couple of years ago (He now considers himself a fully fledged Fuji-holic) he’s integrated photography into his family life and enjoys brightening up his commute with street work on the London Underground in particular. It’s also lead to a wide range of interesting projects and experiences through his business including shooting live theatre and recently a short film for a soccer school using the Fuji X-T2.
Earlier this year, his passion for documentary work took him to Malawi where he worked with the charities Kit Aid and Friends of Mulanje Orphans. Images from this project have been entered into this years Lens Culture Emerging Photographers award.
Links to Paul's Work