“Then starting home, he walked toward the trees, and under them, leaving behind him the big sky, the whisper of wind voices in the wind-bent wheat.”.
With photographs made In architectural spaces of darkness and light, Paul Hynes-Allen's oeuvre is funny and sad, progressive and regressive. Paul celebrates cultural change as he commiserates with social collapse. Full of love and hate, empathy and vengeance, contrast and contradiction. His everyday shopping centers are full of banality and Myth as Hynes-Allen presents life with complete truth and utter absurdity.

In 2004, Paul Hynes-Allen received his BA (Hons) in Editorial photography at the University of Brighton. To date, Hynes-Allen has been exhibited internationally in galleries such as Brotfabric, Art Forum Berlin, and Old Truman Brewery London. His images have been published internationally in magazines such as Camera Austria (102) and AINT–BAD. He is a regular contributor to Life Framer. Where his works have been selected by Bruce Gilden of Magnum Photos and, just recently, Phaedra Brown, photo editor at The New York Times.
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