Paul Khol – Photographer, Researcher

Paul Khol earned a BFA from the San Francisco Institute in Photography and his Master Degree from Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana. He exhibits his work internationally with recent shows in Japan, Canada, the USA, Malaysia, and Singapore. He has just published a monograph of work done in Japan titled “Two Fish. Out of Water.”
He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts in the U.S.A., the Digital Creative Center Research at NTU in Singapore, Kawasaki University in Japan, Maryland State Arts Council Grants for Poetry and Photography, and the Baltimore City Arts Council Grants for Photography. He has done artist residencies at Awagami Paper in Japan, the Hungarian Multicultural Center in Budapest and at the Obras Center in Portugal.He is now teaching photography at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore where his current work is concerned with high-end inkjet printing, digital photography and the landscape.
He says he has been taught by every picture he has ever seen and that he is grateful to photography for allowing his eyes to become the windows of his soul.