Paul Reas is a senior lecturer in Documentary Photography at the University of Wales Newport. He has, for the last twenty years, had a deliberately varied photographic career. He has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally, and his work has been included in some major survey exhibitions of British Photography, the most recent being How We Are at Tate Britain.
He has had two books published by Cornerhouse Books; I Can Help and Flogging A Dead Horse. In addition to being an exhibiting photographer he also works editorially for many leading magazines, including The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, Time, The Observer and many more. More recently Reas has divided his time between pursuing his own work for exhibitions and books whilst simultaneously working on award-winning advertising campaigns.