Paul is a well-known portrait, art and travel photographer living on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. As well as teaching photography locally at high school and university levels, Paul organizes and leads photo workshops locally and to other parts of the world. Paul believes strongly in giving back to this planet and walks his talk by contributing to, and working on, local conservation projects as well as using his photography skills to support international and philanthropic agencies when working overseas. Please check out Paul’s blog for current events and activities.
Tours & Workshops
Fletcherfoto adventure photography Tours and Workshops are an extension of Paul’s lifelong love of travel, adventure and sharing the passion of his craft. Workshops vary from local programs at Vancouver Island University to Long Beach Weekends and international photo tours of Mexico, Wales, Morocco and other not-yet-discovered destinations. Paul is also able to custom design workshops for small groups.
Check out his blog for up to date information or contact Paul for info on upcoming tours or workshops.
The direct result of Paul’s life being this interesting is many great stories, tons of shooting experience, and a lot of stock images in his stock image library. Whether its a special event you need covered, an image that you need taken, an art photograph for display in your home or office, or a specialized image from his extensive local and international stock image library, Paul will be able to help you out. Please check out the image galleries for a sampling of his work or contact Paul directly to discuss your specific needs.
Humanitarian and Environmental
Paul has a global interest in humanitarian, social and environmental issues. He volunteers regularly with, and donates his photographs to, Plan International and Photosensitive to support their very-worthwhile international and national projects. Paul has also donated his images and services to many other local and provincial organizations that he supports. Locally he founded, and has led the Somenos Marsh Wildlife Society for over 20 years. In the spirit of giving... all the proceeds raised from the sale of his first book, "Somenos, the grandfathers spoke to me", were donated to save this important wetland.