We are excited to announce Paul’s newest workshop with TPW May 5-12, 2018. Paul’s workshop will focus on studying gesture, movement, light and design in real time with Paul by your side while touring the island of Sicily on scooters. Consider it a road trip of photographic discovery! This workshop will focus on creativity inspired from within to merge one’s personal point of view with the gamut of discoveries and opportunities that are found along the journey.
Sounds like a pretty great time, right? For more information on the workshop or to reserve your spot, click here!
We hope to see you in Italy!
Team Elledge is grateful and Thankful for all of the abundances we have in our lives. However you choose to celebrate this Thanksgiving Holiday, We wish you the best!
Chris Connelly, an old friend from the REVCO & MINISTRY days, has a new album out! The cover art for this album actually comes from Paul’s running series of images shot all over Italy. If you want to see the cover art in person, you can meet Paul in Italy, or if a day trip to a foreign country isn’t your thing then you can catch Paul at the upcoming Revolting Cocks show in Chicago! Click Here for the details!
Pssst! Don’t forget to keep an eye open for more info on both of his Spring 2018 Workshops with ASMP and TWP!
Friends! Paul is thrilled to announce his upcoming collaboration with ASMP Chicago/Midwest. On April 9th, 10th & 11th of 2018, Paul will be presenting a three-day long workshop at his studio on the topic of developing your own photographic style & establishing a strong business model. Mark your calendars and stay tuned for more information by keeping up with the ASMP newsletter, here. More information to come! We cannot wait to see you there.
Image of Al Jourgensen of Ministry, J.G.Thirlwell of Feotus, Franz Treichler of The Young Gods.
Look what came in the post today, all the way from France, The Young Gods/Documents 1995-2015! Paul shot this image on tour with MINISTRY years ago when working on a book project. Shot in the middle of the night, Lower East Side NYC. Who knew that a group of young rock stars hanging out on a pile of trash could look so good?!