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Wednesday
Nov112009

Paul Giggle

WHO: PAUL GIGGLE
WHAT: PHOTOGRAPHER/DIRECTOR
WHERE: BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA
VISIT: www.film-headquarters.com

FFF LOVES… Mr G’s personal style. Oh, and he takes a mean shot too.

Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Dinner?
Lets start very posh – The café de Paris in Monaco.

Where will you be dining?
The Majestic hotel, Singapore. Wasabi prawns, Soft shell crab for Entrée. Then a quick flight to the Four Seasons Hong Kong for dinner at Caprice, a 2 Michelin star restaurant, I’ll take on the 10 Course degustation. Then a hop and a skip to the Paris to Le ChateauBriand (129, Avenue Parmentier, Paris 75011, Tel: 33 1 43 57 45 95) for a famous Pudding.

What music are you listening to?
Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy

What are you wearing?
Brown calf leather Loafers by Tods, a relaxed latte chino by Armani, a white linen Nicole Fahri long sleeve shirt, a white gold Rolex Daytona and my Tibetan Beads of course.

About Paul Giggle:
Paul Giggle is a fashion and lifestyle photographer with nearly two decades of experience both in Australia and his native UK. He has shot for a number of international publications including Vogue, GQ, Madame Figaro, Marie Claire, Harpers Bazaar and Vogue Girl.

Paul has shot campaigns for such brands as Nokia, Pepsi, PPS (Wella), Canterbury, Rodd and Gunn, Mollini, Cult Surfwear, and Joyce Ridings UK, as well as lifestyle campaigns for Virgin and many others.

Prior to his life behind the lens, he worked as a Creative Director and Fashion Editor for a publishing company in London as well as a creative director for brands such as Susan Wolf, Marks and Spencer. His time as a corporate creative now informs his work as a photographer through his ability to create dynamic images that serve both the needs of the client and the creative curiosity of any audience. Paul also works as an accomplished TVC director and will often shoot both the TVC and stills photography components for any given campaign.

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