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Paul Reas

PAUL REAS IN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID HURN
Tintern, February 2019

PAUL REAS YN SGWRSIO GYDAG DAVID HURN
Tintern, Chwefror 2019

© Photograph Copyright Paul Reas

© Photograph Copyright Paul Reas

Paul Reas has a long career in UK photography during which he has worked as an editorial and advertising photographer before moving into education. Respected for his gritty documentation of the UK’s working class and consumerism, Paul’s colour work is considered part of the new movement in colour during the late 1980’s and early 90’s along with others such as Anna Fox and Paul Graham. Reas was one of the first photographers to be commissioned by Ffotogallery to contribute to The Valleys Project.

Paul has recently published Fables of Faubus, a 30-year retrospective photobook on his work and the title giving a hint to his love of music.

Currently course leader on the respected Documentary Photography course founded by David Hurn in Newport (now delivered at the University of South Wales course in Cardiff), Ffoton are delighted to bring the two friends together for an exclusive conversation on Paul’s work and career.


Contact sheet selection of the final image of the ‘Glowing Man’. © Paul Reas

Contact sheet selection of a considered image from same session with the ‘Glowing Man’. © Paul Reas

See below for a small selection of Paul's work, reproduced here on Ffoton with kind permission of the photographer.

Yma ar Ffoton trwy garedigrwydd y ffotograffydd fe welwch gasgliad bychan o'i waith isod.

Find out more about Paul’s new book on his website fablesoffaubus.format.com
Follow his current adventures on Instagram @paul.reas and Twitter @paulreas
Gallery images © Paul Reas and used with permission of the photographer.
Banner image © Brian Carroll


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Paul Cabuts

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Paul Cabuts

PAUL CABUTS IN CONVERSATION WITH EMYR YOUNG
CARDIFF, SOUTH WALES, MARCH 2018

PAUL CABUTS YN SGWRSIO GYDAG EMYR YOUNG
CAERDYDD, DE CYMRU, MAWRTH 2018

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Ffoton had the pleasure of talking with Welsh photographer, educator and, from 2017 the Honorary Research Fellow at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, Paul Cabuts.

With a long career in photography education in Wales and having returned after two years as Director of the Institute of Photography at Falmouth University, Paul is a respected authority on the development of photography in Wales. We discuss the history and education of photography in Wales to the present day; Paul's book on the legacy of W. Eugene Smith's work in Wales in the 1950's; and his current research at Museum Wales which includes the work of David Hurn.

W. Eugene Smith's iconic image of 3 generations of miners captured in the south Wales valleys in the 1950's

Paul's in-depth and informative book on photography in Wales - available on Amazon

Cafodd Ffoton yr anrhydedd o sgwrsio gyda Paul Cabuts y ffotograffydd, addysgwr ac ers 2017 yn gymrawd ymchwil yn Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Cymru yng Nghaerdydd.

Y mae Paul wedi cael gyrfa hir ym myd addysg ac wedi dychwelyd i Gaerdydd o Brifysgol Falmouth lle'r oedd yn gyfarwyddwr y cwrs ffotograffig. Y mae'n awdurdod ar hanes datblygiad ffotograffiaeth yng Nghymru ac yn ein sgwrs yr ydym yn trafod addysg a hanes y gelfyddyd yng Nghymru a llyfr Paul ar waith W. Eugene Smith ymwelydd â Chymru yn y 50au. Y mae ei waith ymchwil ar hyn o bryd yn cynnwys gwaith David Hurn.


See below for a small selection of Paul's work, reproduced here on Ffoton with kind permission of the photographer.

Yma ar Ffoton trwy garedigrwydd y ffotograffydd fe welwch gasgliad bychan o'i waith isod.

View more of Paul's work and read through some of his essays on photography on his website www.paulcabuts.com

Gallery images © Paul Cabuts and used with permission of the photographer.


Please note: Comments or views made by interview participants are their own and are NOT necessarily the views of the Ffoton Wales team.
See our Terms page for more details.

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Simon Regan

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Glenn Edwards

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Glenn Edwards

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Rebecca Thomas

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Rebecca Thomas

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Tim Collier

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Tim Collier

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