Paul Myers is a Kauai, Hawaii based photographer, multimedia journalist and educator.
His photographs celebrate the milestones of life through documentary images, whether with moment-rich lifestyle images or compelling portraiture.
He has worked as a Creative Contributor for Story4.org and taught visual storytelling on Faculty in Visual Journalism at Brooks Institute. His courses included classes on truthful visual storytelling with multimedia. He was the executive producer(2008-2011)for the yearly Brooks Institute International Documentary Project that travels to a foreign country and produces student generated products including a documentary film, dvd, book, website and print gallery exhibits.
His short-form multimedia productions have appeared on the web sites of USA Today (USAtoday.com) and the San Jose Mercury News (mercurynewsphoto.com). He is also on the Advisory Board at Pierce College for the Media Art’s Program.
Prior to his arrival at Brooks, Paul worked for a variety of publications including newspapers in Freeport, Il and Marysville, CA. He also worked with El Andar, a bilingual magazine that covered cultural events and news issues concerning the Latino Community in the United States and Latin America. In response to the changing face of visual journalism in recent years, he founded the VJ Multimedia Workshop, a tuition-free multimedia workshop.