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Recommendations by clients and former employers.


“I worked with Paul for roughly five years at The Aspen Times and he was one of the most skilled and creative photographers I have known. Shooting for a small community newspaper can be tedious, in that less news happens in quiet, out-of-the-way places, but Paul consistently looked for interesting ways to capture mundane subjects. “Paul is versatile. He can shoot sports, portraits, features and spot news. He is also technically savvy, and can speak knowledgeably about everything from police scanners to Adobe Photoshop to photo-management/archiving systems.”


Bob Ward

The Aspen (Colo.) Times, former Editor 2003-2011

(970) 379-6185

bward1963@gmail.com


© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, gives a blessed scarf to a little girl outside the Aspen Music Festival Tent in Aspen, Colo. The Dalai Lama is the keynote speaker during a 3 day symposium on Tibetan culture sponsored by the Aspen Institute.




“Paul is one of the most talented photographers I have known in my 40 years in the newspaper business. He understands the journalistic aspect of telling a story through pictures in addition to being a great master of artistic photography.”


Steve Pope

Colorado Mountain News Media, former president 2000-2008

spope1149@gmail.com


© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - Aspen firefighter Craig Melville, left, and others hold tight as a bear cub screams in disapproval on the Hyman Avenue Mall in Aspen, Colo. A mother and her two cubs were captured by the Colorado Division of Wildlife to be moved to a safer region. "We'll be letting them go as a family," said DOW wildlife manager Kevin Wright. The mother and her cubs have been created a stir as they napped in trees and searched for food in the downtown area.



“Imagine a chef who can cook to order anything you dream up. You just walk into his restaurant and say, “Whip me up a paella,” and he does so and it’s fantastic. That’s what Paul was like for me as a photographer. He could shoot anything and make it interesting. I really think his eye for composition is a gift. Whether he was photographing architecture, people or more formal portraiture, he always delivered something better than I expected. Since he left Aspen, we’ve really missed him.”



Michael Miracle

Aspen Sojourner Magazine, Editor-in-Chief

michael.miracle@gmail.com


© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - Cross country phenom Noah Hoffman of Aspen, Colo., bolts from the start area on his way to a 2nd Place win. Due to his cross-country skiing abilities, Hoffman has garnered a spot on the U.S. Ski Team.



“Paul Conrad served the readers of the Daily News by producing quality, community photojournalism while as a staff photographer. He was a visual witness to events and news. His skilled eye and tireless work ethic made Paul a valuable member of the staff.”

Joe Imel

Bowling Green Daily News, Director of Media Operations

270-783-3273

jimel@bgdailynews.com


© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - Rachel Smith turns from a fire that is destroying her Wilkenson Trace apartment in Bowling Green, Ky., as her husband Shane watches. The newlyweds said they were horrified at the loss, yet also grateful for their lives. The fire consumed their unit including unopened wedding gifts.

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