Paul Gadd is a British photographer living and working from Seoul, South Korea. His photography began whilst studying fine art at Epsom School of Art in the UK, when he had to photograph some of his sculptures because they were too big to move. Intrigued, Paul decided to switch his focus and acquired a BA in Photography in the Arts at Swansea Metropolitan University. After some years shooting commercial photography in the UK, In 2011 Paul jointly run a photography studio and gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia called The Print Room. Here he would teach the traditional methods of film photography and darkroom printing, also curating exhibitions for professional and the small community of emerging analogue photographers that The Print Room has created.
The Print Room Malaysia finally closed its doors February 2020 and moved to Seoul, South Korea early 2021, and officially opens to the public towards the end of 2021.