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Paul Marotta

 

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Paul Marotta

About Paul Marotta

Paul Marotta is an active art and event photographer in the New England region, supplying much of his work to stock houses around the country, and is represented by Getty Images Worldwide and National Geographic Stock Photography. As a result, his work can be seen in advertisements for such companies as Nautica as well as documentary films and design studios around the world. In addition, his work has also appeared in car collector and racing magazines around the world as he has also covered vintage shows and racing events for many years. Paul is also a strategic communications consultant for large non-profit performing arts centers and artists across the country and clients have included The Royal Conservatory, Lincoln Center, New England Conservatory, PBS/NOVA, The Kimmel Center, The Glenn Gould School and The Glenn Gould Foundation as well as the Luminato Festival of Arts and Creativity in Toronto.

“As a photographer and a communications consultant, it is possible to blend both worlds,” says Marotta, “providing performing artists and institutions with a variety of creative services encompassing writing, media relations, image development and photography, work that I find extremely satisfying.”

“However, what I derive the most pleasure and artistic satisfaction from is my photography. Creative work and process is for me extremely intuitive as well as satisfying. It never fails to astound me that even the smallest Cosmos flower standing alone in a garden, or the giant heap of a rusted and decaying tractor alone in a field on a snowy day, or a decaying old collapsing barn and silo in far upstate New York can not only be photogenic in its own way, it can also be iconic, a statement of the passage of time.”