Paul Sanders started his career as a news photographer in 1991 working on regional newspapers before joining International News Service Reuters in 1998. After a four years covering major news and sport stories across Europe, he joined The Times in London. With a clear vision of how good photography should be displayed in newspapers, and the ability to bring the best out of the photographers, he was appointed as Picture Editor of The Times in 2004, guiding the visual transition from broadsheet to the more popular compact format. He left The Times in 2012 to pursue his passion for fine art landscape work. Paul has a mindfulness approach to photography and life believing that the connection and moment you share with your subject is the key to creating great images. Paul has recently switched from DSLRs to the Fuji compact system cameras as a move to simplify his image making. He is an animated and passionate speaker about all forms of photography and his talks to camera clubs and societies have been described as inspiring. He supplies his work to corporate clients, runs workshops and writes for photography magazines.