Paul Watts is an illustrator based in the south of England, and loves living by the sea.
His style is fluid so as to be dictated by themes and content of the brief, and his working methods allow the use of digital manipulation and textual application as well as the more traditional methods of illustrative technique.
With a passion for the power and importance of illustration as a tool for communicating ideas and themes, and for its adaptability as social comment and entertainment, the combination of photographic subtlety and cinematic dynamism means there is no other medium like it.
Inspiration is gathered from all around: film, television, history, contemporary social concerns and themes, nature, classic literature, music and the experiences of a Cornish upbringing (which paved the way for a love of all things unusual).
Paul has written a number of articles for genre magazines and has contributed written work to a few factual books. He is also currently attempting to write a novel, a film and a television series - most people seem to be doing it, so doesn`t want to be left out.
Would like to have a time machine.
Currently engaged in all manner of illustrations for books, magazines, albums and social media.
Graduated with a BA Honours Degree in Illustration from the Arts Institute at Bournemouth, now the Arts University College.