Paul grew up in the Chicago suburb of Northlake (there are no lakes there), where he learned about baby making and how to not set things on fire from his nurse midwife mother and firefighter father.
Paul studied film at the University of Illinois at Chicago. After graduating he went to South Korea to teach English and scar children for the rest of their lives with ghost stories on Halloween. Korea is where he met his wife and also discovered his four legged son Chancho. Chancho is a majestic creature whose name is slang for “pig” in Spanish.
After studying art direction at Chicago Portfolio School, Paul interned at Wexley School For Girls and worked on a video of dogs humping things. He is now an art director at MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER and absolutely loves it.