Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP)
About Paul Coghlin
Throughout all of my projects, I’ve worked to capture photographs of not just a subject’s form but also a visual representation of the fleeting emotion I felt at the time the images were captured; encouraging the viewer to experience at least part of that same intangible sensation when they study the images.
The textural component of many of my pictures often provokes a desire in viewers to reach out to touch the prints, as though the subject appears almost real.
There is also an intriguing aspect to looking beyond the obvious; to capture photographically detail, shape and pattern hidden in plain sight, and to explore its symmetry, light and texture. Nature, the world and the universe have so much beauty, if only we all took the time to see it.