Paul Stuart is a photographer and director best known for his atmospheric celebrity portraits. From David Beckham to Susan Sarandon, Justin Timberlake to Justin Bieber, Paul has worked with many of the world’s best-known faces. His traditional take on contemporary icons lends a sense of drama and character to his subjects, imbuing them with importance and grandeur. His aesthetic translates to advertising as well as editorial projects, creating figures who become heroes for the brand. He is well versed in creating motion work along with stills, recently working on a TVC for Scottish Widows.
Paul has also had work exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery and is a contributor to their archive.
Recent clients include Scottish Widows, the RSC, Transferwise, Goldman Sachs, Linklaters BA, Jamie Oliver, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Guardian Weekend, The Telegraph Magazine and Esquire.
Paul Stuart recently the iconic Jim Broadbent for Scottish newspaper The Herald.
Paul Stuart recently shot for the RSC for their new production of ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’. Updated to modern day, the production takes inspiration from the likes of TOWIE, The Real Housewives franchise and WAG culture.
Paul Stuart was recently commissioned once again by the RSC to shoot for their latest production. Paul shot for the latest production at the Stratford-upon-Avon theatre, 'The Fantastic Follies of M (more…)