As a professional in the industry for more than 20 years, much of Paul Debois’ commissioned work has been for the automotive world, photographing cars, research and development projects and people for magazines, public relations and manufacturers. But with an eye for the unusual, he also photographs floral and landscape subjects, finding something fresh and inspiring for his clients. As well as being available for commissioned work, his photographs can be sourced through several agents: GAP Photos, Millennium Images (using debois as a search term), and Alamy.
Paul Debois is a multi award-winning photographer. He was a category winner in Kew Gardens’ 2004 Garden Writers annual competition. He has also taken the Motoring Writers’ Guild Motoring Photographer of the Year on four separate occasions. In 2008 he took two prizes in the International Garden Photographer of the Year for a portfolio of images called Pinhole Impressions. In 2009 he won first prize in the people category in the same competition, with an image called ’43 Gardeners’ Hands.’ And in 2012 he was one of two British photographers to have work selected for an exhibition in the Museum of Modern Art in Milan, called “Small Garden”.
Paul has been published extensively in motoring magazines such as Top Gear, What Car? and Car and has carried out assignments for various manufacturers including Fiat, Audi, Honda and BMW. His work has also appeared in many lifestyle titles, books, company reports and PR presentations. He continues to exhibit work regularly.
This site features some of his recent work. In addition to these images, he has an extensive body of work available for purchase across these and other categories or is happy to work to commission.
Paul Debois is based in London
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