The multi-award winning wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein is described by the Sunday Times as 'preposterously vivacious, a guide of almost psychotic gusto'. They are not wrong. He has, somehow, a remarkably loyal following of brave photographers who endure his tough learning methods all over the globe.
He owns four eco gold camps in Kenya and shoots with a Canon. He is notoriously tough and demanding on both his clients, himself and his gear and is a regular visitor to Cameracal! He wastes little time on processing preferring people to see what he has taken rather than manufactured. He is pretty fond of Breakthrough filters and, surprisingly, is yet to break one...
Lecturer, fund raiser and savagely critical photographer, mostly of his own work, he can however be utterly charming .... some refer to him as Marmite ...work it out!