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Hi, I’m Paul.

I’m a sports enthusiast, junk wax card collector, Seinfeld fanatic, animal lover, and photographer.

After 15 years working in marketing research, I pulled an MJ and left my promising career to pursue a childhood passion.

That passion was to create art. I’ve always had visual memory.  I studied design in school. I found photography in college by shooting panoramic skylines at night. But I believed I needed to make a living doing something else. I chose marketing. 

After getting caught up in the chaos of a corporate career in marketing,  it was the pandemic where I began to come back to what I loved. I took out my old baseball cards and sports figurines. All the memories came back. Griffey, Jordan, Puckett, all siting there in a box. 

And I remembered something. For me playing with sports figurines, the action seemed real.  But something seemed off with the lighting. It didn’t look like how the players looked. So I wondered, could I photograph my figurines in a way that made them look real?  

After a number of failed attempts, I finally got the look I was envisioning. I was hooked. And I had to make a huge decision. Did I risk leaving my cozy corporate gig to pursue something with no guarantee of any success?

Fast forward to today, and I’m all in on creating. I’m hoping I can inspire others thru the switch, and hopefully create work that I can be proud of. 

I live in Minneapolis, MN with my dog Haddie.


We live in a world that moves by fast. We grow up quick. Become adults. And get caught up in the chaos of life. 

Under the Lights is a photo series that reimagines sports history through the sports figurines I grew up with. The idea was inspired by how I imagined my childhood sports figurines looked while playing with them; under stadium lights, twilit skies, and realistic as possible. 

Each photo is shot outdoors to produce the most authentic look of athletes playing under stadium lights at twilight.

The backdrop is purposely minimal, symbolizing what flow state looks and feels like for athletes. No fans. No crowd. No distractions. Just calmness, focus and the stillness of the moment.

Each photograph is meant to be calming & nostalgia evoking. A reminder to slow down, smile, and reconnect with our childlike passions & enthusiasm.


My photography style is rooted in blue hour; capturing relics of the past, my photographs often have a nostalgic feel and aesthetic, with film characteristics.

As a kid in the 80s and 90s, I’m inspired by sports history & pop culture of the era.  Perhaps considered a type of conceptual photography, I love to create surprising juxtapositions and perspectives that enhance the story of the subject matter. I believe there’s art in what we loved as kids. 

You’ll also find I photograph street scenes, especially during blue hour. Whether it a walk-up ice cream parlor, mid-century modern motel sign, or a 75 year old neighborhood staple, I try to draw out the life and vibrancy, yet quite solitude that blue hour brings us.  It’s a time of day where the lighting brings out the emotion and life of us and the city. 


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