Paul Dyer was not given a camera at age 10. A degree in finance led him to a short-lived suit-and-tie stint working downtown as a loan officer, which was followed by several other relatively brief yet equally diverse career choices including salesman, chef and construction worker.
The one constant throughout these professional meanderings was his love of photography, which had grown into a serious and increasingly consuming "hobby".
In 1999, Paul made the leap into professional photography and knew he had found his place and purpose. He has been shooting architecture and people in San Francisco for nine years and has never looked back.
Paul views each assignment as a pleasure, a challenge, and a new opportunity to produce his best work.
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