Paul Wright is a portrait and editorial photographer, based in Whistler, Canada. He creates images that connect us to each other, and to our environment. Portrait and editorial components blend together to create his style.
“I am humbled to represent our Nation on Team Canada. Being a part of this collective effort is inspiring and a surprise. I feel that I am a part of a very strong team.”
2022 – Reportage / Photojournalism
“The Mountains are Calling” When entering the Canadian Wilderness, it is all about the light. Contrast like this is fleeting, defining, and memorable. The small humans amplify the magnitude of this spectacular winter amphitheatre.
2021 – Reportage / Photojournalism
The capture was made on the fly, following the up track of a ski guide. This image is indicative of the majesty of our Canadian Wilderness. A magic dance through shadows and light.
2020 - Commercial
Endless Run is a distinctly Canadian image, captured in the Southern Chilcotin Mountains of British Columbia. The Milky Way, dark sky and the talented athletes all aligned to capture this moment at -20C.
2019 – Reportage / Photojournalism
“Leading the Way”, Falkland Stampede. Leading the bucking broncs through the town and into the stadium is a tradition of over 100 years.
2018 – Reportage / Photojournalism
World Top 10, Best of Nation, Bronze Medal
Into the Vastness celebrates the tiny imprint that humans can fleetingly place on our spectacular Canadian Wilderness. A fresh cycle of snow will remove all traces of this privileged tour into untracked snow and mountain scapes.
2017 – Reportage / Photojournalism
Shooting through the environment of falling snow amplifies the intensity of this International Skeleton competition.
2016 – Reportage / Photojournalism
World Top 10, 8th Place
Pristine Ascent celebrates the spectacular wilderness that we as Canadians have the privilege of sharing briefly with nature. The remote location is McGillvray Pass in the Southern Chilcotin Mountains of British Columbia.
2015 – Reportage / Photojournalism
World Top 10, 9th Place
Lying on the grass, as low as possible to capture the intensity of these Whippets, allowed me to feel the speed and intensity of these lovely animals. Whippets run twice as fast as the quickest human. The action is quick.