Paul Redmond is a Canadian-born portrait/editorial photographer. Having immigrated to the US as a child, his images portray an earnest embrace of American culture. Redmond uses the term “arbitrary architecture” to explain what he seeks to capture in landscape photographs, details that make evident the human marks that are not always fully thought out or finely designed. When capturing people he looks more to the deliberate choices we make as individuals, from the subtle to the flamboyant. His photographic work has been exhibited in the first annual APA Off The Clock exhibition, his solo show Light Leaks, and various groups shows.