Paul Meadow is a photographer interested in imagery that fosters conversations about our society, the natural world that sustains and captivates us, and the relationships between the two. He sees photography as a vehicle to show people things and points of view that they may not have noticed or considered.

Influenced early in life by the work of Elliot Porter, Ansel Adams, and Galen Rowell, he has pursued color landscape photography as a way to explore wilderness for the last four decades. Recently becoming interested in portraiture, social commentary, and black and white imagery, he has begun formal studies at the Photography Department of San Francisco Community College.

His series titled “The Other” will be on display at the Gallery Obscura, CCSF April 25-May 12, 2018. He lives and works in Pacifica, CA.