freelance director, producer & writer


Paul’s feature documentaries have covered a range of subjects: a mob attorney who defends the mafia with now-mayor of Las Vegas Oscar Goodman (MOB LAW - 1997); the relationship between dicing, identity and chance with cult novelist Luke Rhinehart (DICEWORLD - 1998); Elvis-worship and the trade in fraudulent celebrity memorabilia with Frank Skinner (A LITTLE BIT OF ELVIS - 1998); white English culture and its failings with Darcus Howe (WHITE TRIBE - 1999); the exhilaration and desperation of compulsive gambling with Jonathan Rendall (THE GAMBLER - 2000); celebrity autobiography again with Frank Skinner (FRANK SKINNER ON FRANK SKINNER - 2001); and holiday binge-drinking on a summer holiday in Ibiza (DOGUMENTARY: REWIND THE SUMMER – 2002).

Before these Paul cut his teeth working on a range of arts, science and political programmes, including
EQUINOX, J’ACCUSE, INSIDE OUT, IF I WERE PRIME MINISTER, DESIRE and WHITE HEAT - as well as current affairs, talkshows and news programmes, working with writer/presenters like Janet Street-Porter, Germaine Greer, Stephen Bayley and Cosmo Landesman.

Paul co-produced the series
REEL SECRETS WITH BOB MCKEE, in which the Hollywood script guru explored his favourite film genres, and also worked on the BAFTA-winning J’ACCUSE CITIZEN KANE which McKee wrote and presented.