We met Paul Mobley through Walter Breuning. When we saw his work, we knew we had to get Paul down to Georgia with us to meet Ms. Besse Cooper. The result, as depicted in the film was magical. Paul Mobley is a master at capturing beauty and intensity in his portraits. Check out his website to see his incredible work.
About Paul Mobley
With the tremendous success of his coffee table book, American Farmer, Paul Mobley is establishing himself as a natural born storyteller, and one of the most important and simply lyrical photographers working today. Paul began his training as a photographer at Detroit’s College for Creative Studies, and continued in the New York studios of Annie Leibovitz and David Langley, where he apprenticed for many years before embarking on his own career. Mobley has successfully worked with a broad range of corporate, advertising, and editorial clients, including American Express, Sony, Citigroup, Ford, Compaq, Gourmet Max Factor, Chevrolet, Microsoft, and many others. Mobley lives in New York City with his wife, Suzanne, their two wonderful daughters Camden and Paige, and Nelson his black Sharpei. Whether working for advertising, editorial or corporate clients Paul’s photography vividly describes the dignity and inherent grace of humanity as he sees it. Paul’s sold out international workshops and seminars are further testimonial that his photography conveys content that just begins with the “unforgettable image”.