Paul Giguere is a photographer based in the United States. His current focus is on social documentary photographic projects that show the positive aspects of the human condition while helping others tell their stories through words and pictures. Born in 1966 in the former mill city of Lowell, Massachusetts (USA) and now a resident of Arlington, Massachusetts, Paul’s love of photography began when he received his first camera (a Kodak Instamatic) when he was eight years old to document his family and himself. Today, Paul uses his camera to explore his emotions, thoughts, and ideas that reflect his relationship to his family, his community, and the larger society.
Paul is available for photographic assignments for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and not-for-profit organizations. This can be as a hired contract photographer to create photos for various uses including brochures, reports, and web sites. In some cases Paul is willing to work as a volunteer photographer for an organization where there is a possibility of working on a personal documentary project while at the same time creating photographs to meet the needs of the organization.
All of the photographs on this website are available for purchase or licensing (prices vary based on individual print and whether they are part of a limited edition).