Fine art photographer Paul Coghlin grew up in and around the New Forest in southern England. The area’s natural beauty helped to develop his passion for crative photography from a young age, as he travelled out with his camera to capture his surroundings. The multi-award winner is now based in East Aglia, and he applies his distinctive style and attention to minute detail across a broad range of subjects. His photographs appear in a wide range of exhibitions and international publications, and in 2011 Paul’s work was selected for the “Wild Aid Auction” in San Francisco as well as the Royal Academy of Arts’ “Summer Exhibition” in London. 2013 saw him release his largest body of work to date: “Petalum”, a series of 30 stunning monochrome botanical studies. Paul is represented by a number of galleries, including the prestigious Weston Gallery in Carmel, California, and is a Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP).