Paul’s photographs and paintings are held by the following collections:
The Royal Collection, The Department of the Environment, The Arts Council of Great Britain, The Victoria and Albert Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, London,
The Tate Gallery, The Bibliothèque Nationale de France, The National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, The American Film Institute; The Library of Congress,
as well as a number of universities and institutions in The United States.
Paul has been building a reputation for many years in a private and essentially self- effacing way, having made a decision early on in his career that his role was to remain firmly ‘behind the camera’. However his work in film, photography and television has been increasingly acknowledged internationally and he has now reached a point where he is happy to display work, much of which has remained unseen for years. This is the case with the retrospective at Proud Galleries Chelsea of selected portraits taken over the course of more than four decades.
His work, apart from the public collections listed above, is (and has been) owned by:
Samuel Beckett; Tom Stoppard; Paul Scofield ; Harold Pinter; Henry Moore; John Piper; Graham Sutherland ; Quentin Tarantino ; Michael Connelly; Dennis Hopper;
Bryan Adams ; Bruce Weber; Sir Peter Maxwell Davies
and many others....