NEW YORK, USA // Paul is one of the most recognized and awarded creatives in the advertising industry. His work has been parodied on Saturday Night Live praised by Al Gore debated on CNN and put on display in both The Smithsonian and The Museum of Modern Art. Memorable campaigns include "Whopper Freakout" and "Help I Want to Save a Life" both featured in the Taschen book "GameChangers" about the work that has redefined advertising. Before founding Interesting Development, AdAge's 2019 Small Agency of the Year, Paul ran Goodby Silverstein and Partners NY.
Outside of advertising Paul is a limited partner at an early stage venture capital firm, and an advisor to startups. A short Paul co-wrote was chosen as an official selection at Sundance, and he recently produced an art installation for The Walker Art Center with sound designer Joseph Fraioli. Paul has two boy children, one wife and very little me time.