Paul's most recent film — THE TIMMY BROTHERS: WATER MAKERS — is a bit of a sensation and just screened to a sold-out audience at the Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival. THE TIMMY BROTHERS: WATER MAKERS is a quick, funny look at Bill and Terry Timmy, Brooklyn-based makers of bespoke water and vanguards of the artisanal food movement. The film has been featured on NPR, shown in business classes at the University of Michigan, and is currently being developed as a series. It has screened at numerous festivals and was the subject of a recent feature in the New York Times.
In 2013, Paul's short film SPACE CADET about a daydreaming teen and his pot head parents, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was a Best Short nominee. Another short film, 8,336,615 (New York), a visual monologue on the paradox of feeling lonely in a city of eight million, was a Vimeo Staff Pick and featured by numerous media outlets.
He has created work for brands such as PBS, Funny or Die, Verizon, NASDAQ, and the NBA and has received awards including The One Show, Cannes Lions, and an Emmy.
Paul attended film school at Boston University and is a Frank Halpingham Award Scholar. He maintains representation for branded content & commercials in the US at The Traveling Picture Show (TPSC), in South America at Contenido Neto/Mexico City, and in Europe at Magali Films/Paris.
Paul wears a size 32 pants. Sometimes a 33. Depends.