“Foula – Inside Britain’s Most Remote Inhabited Island”
Shetland Islands, 2010
Home to just 26 people, there is no shop and no pub. The school here has only 2 pupils and severe weather conditions keep Foula very much stranded at sea. Some 22 miles west of Shetland Mainland, Foula is considered Britain’s most remote inhabited island.
There is always the sound of the sea.
“My main leisure activity if I have the time is simply sitting and watching the sea, the birds, whatever. You see the waves breaking down there? – I could sit and watch that all day and never get bored because it’s always making slightly different patterns and colours. A lot of people have lost the ability to do that. They always want excitement. They are always wanting novelty”. – Penny
A terrific talent. Our guests have made no end of comments both as to the effort you made on the day (which was unobtrusive, relaxed and always good humoured, despite working like a Trojan all day) and to the quality of the end result – the photos were simply perfect. I have had no hesitation in highly recommending you.Tom & Rosie, Harrow School
Paul was superb. He captured every single intricacy throughout the day, which collectively, told the day with such clarity and detail. His ability to remain unnoticed assisted his knowledge and vision, to achieve photographs of a composed yet relaxed nature. We cannot speak highly enough of Paul; the quality of his photographs is superior and, equivocally so, is his demeanour and good nature.Rachel & Lee, Lake Garda, Italy
The recommendation we received to contact you was, on reflection, one of the single best wedding presents we were given…Tom & Rosie, Harrow School
We booked Paul after seeing the gorgeous photographs from a friends’ wedding last year. He is the photographer at another friends’ in December and also one next year, with no doubt more to follow!Toni & Mike, Lancashire
Paul managed to shoot some of the most poignant moments without us even realising he was there. He creates photographs that have a magical, yet natural quality to them…Jo & Niall, Leeds