Paul catapulted into the industry as the Production Executive at Canada’s leading broadcast design and branding agency, FRONT. Utilizing his broad skill set, including: shooting, writing, editing, producing, directing and sound recording, along with his team-oriented approach to production, Paul spearheaded and managed production at FRONT, broadcast design & branding for the next four years, where he worked with big brands such as Disney, Walmart, CBC, Rogers TV, CPAC, GOL TV, Nickelodeon etc. In late 2008 Paul decided to leave FRONT, and, working closely with emerging filmmakers and industry leaders has been producing innovative, independent film and television programming ever since.
Paul just recently completed Producing a stylistic short film, “Junko’s Shamisen,” that seamlessly unites an array of techniques, including drawings, sculpture, live-action, as well as stop-motion, computer and cell-animation to create an exciting new form (). The film is currently being well received on an international film festival run, already screening at Slamdance 2010, SXSW 2010, Nashville IFF 2010, Santa Barbara IFF, Dallas IFF 2010, Seattle IFF 2010, Atlantic IFF, Vancouver IFF etc. The stylistic short film has gone onto receive awards for BEST NARRATIVE SHORT at the deadCENTRE film festival and BEST SHORT at the Toronto AfterDark International Film Festival. Currently Paul has a couple of feature films in development as well as heading up his own production/multimedia company in Toronto, Canada called VCM - Visual Communications & Marketing (). In March 2012, Paul completed producing another short film called, "Love Songs from an Android" which features a photorealistic CG robot.