graduated in Interior Architecture & design from Temasek Polytechnic in
Singapore in 1996 and continued with assistance from National Arts Council
scholarship to study Technical Theatre in Australia from 1998-1999. He has
taught in Hong Kong at the Singapore International School and is currently an
adjunct lecturer at Temasek Polytechnic’s school of design in Singapore. On the
side, he has also been actively teaching yoga for the last 13years.
sketches are often bursting with dramatic colours, his strokes are spontaneous
but sure, his splashes of paints are sporadic but steadfast. Paul’s distinctive
style of vivid colours and convoluted details tells a story behind each sketch.
Plein-air sketching has become his unique way of encapsulating the fast
changing urban landscape here in Singapore and around the region.
Paul is an
Urban Sketchers’ correspondent for Singapore since 2010 and an instructor for
USk’s 4th Symposium of 2013 in Barcelona and most recently activity
instructor for the 6th Symposium in Singapore. Paul is a key member
of the USk’s Singapore group and has facilitated several monthly sketchwalks
and group exhibitions. He also conducts regular drawing workshops for the
Geography Teachers’ Association and Singapore University of Technology &
Design in Singapore.
have also been featured in Moleskine’s
Art Journal series (2011), The Art of Urban Sketching (2012), Freehand Drawing
& Discovery (2013), The Urban Sketching Handbook (2014), National Geographic
Traveller Magazine (2014) and Creative Sketching Workshop (2015).
Workshop 18: Shape Shifters: Overcome Complicated Scenes with Dynamic Shapes