Paul is one of the UK’s leading artists known for his distinctive depiction of wildlife and dogs in weathered elements. He has created his own dynamic motion blur technique that he applies to both his paintings and his wire sculptures which often convey character and movement too.

In 2017, Paul created 'To The Wire' A beautiful lifesize horse head sculpture which appeared on display at Aintree Racecourse and was positioned close to 'Red Rums' grave at the finishing line to the courses famous steeple chase, The Grand National.

In 2014, Paul created his first 'Wild Wire' three-dimensional sculpture, The giant 18ft leaping hare 'affectionary known as `Farahop` has been on public display at the National Trust Sites of Tatton Park and Lyme Park in Cheshire. It has also been showcased outside the Devonshire Dome in the Peak District, and is currently in residence at Delemere Forest Sculpture Park, Mount Plesant Gardens, Cheshire.

Paul's portfolio includes a life size wolf, hares and a fabulous collection of charismatic dogs which were exhibited at, Hampton Court RHS flower show and were part of a gold medal winning garden on behalf of the Dogs Trust.    

Pauls paintings and sculptures can usually be seen on display at his Cheshire gallery in Poynton,