Paul Slaughter is an internationally recognized photographer who currently specializes in location assignments and fine art photography. He has an extensive photographic collection of the "Jazz Greats" dating from 1969 to the present. In 1984 he was the Official Photographer for the Los Angeles Olympic Committee. Paul has led photographic workshops internationally. Assignments have taken him to over seventy-five countries and he has taught at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops.
In addition to exhibiting his work extensively in Santa Fe, Slaughter has also exhibited his award-winning work in The Art Directors Club of New York City 64th Annual Exhibition, which toured the United States, Europe and Japan; the World Trade Center Club in Hong Kong and his 1984 Olympic photographs were exhibited by The City of Los Angeles. His photographs are in the numerous collections including the George Eastman House and the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.
Paul has received numerous awards including a nomination for an "Eisie" in honor of his photographic essay on the Art Center at the College of Santa Fe by Mexican architect, Ricardo Legoretta; he was awarded a Steuben Glass Award by Eastman Kodak for his photography displayed at the Professional Photographers' Showcase at Epcot Center in Disney World; and he received a "Gold Award" by the Art Directors Club for his Final Report of the XXIII Olympiad..In 2009, Oneworld Publications of Oxford, England, will release Paul Slaughter’s first publication, The Baha’i Faith: In Words and Images.