English fine art photographer Paul Sanders has been involved in photography since leaving school, first as a black and white printer, then as a fashion photographer, a career that led to a post at Reuters, and then The Times newspaper as Chief Picture Editor, overseeing the entire visual content of the prestigious publication. Paul left The Times at the end of 2011 to pursue his love of nature and the landscape
Paul’s approach to landscape photography is one of mindful connection. After looking at nearly 20,000 images every day during his years at the Times, his own work is made in response to his emotional and spiritual reactions to the locations he visits and reflect the sense of stillness and calm he feels whilst on location at the coast. The creation of the photograph is only half the story, as Paul is also passionate about printing. ‘I believe that a photograph should be viewed as a print to correctly appreciate it’, he says.
Paul’s, beautiful, highly reflective work has been exhibited widely across the UK, Europe & Japan, and has been recognised by Fujifilm who inaugurated him into their exclusive X Series Photographers. He is also a Lee Filters Master Photographer and Fotospeed ambassador.