It all started when...
Spanning over a 20 year period, Paul has covered a wide range of roles in the industry with extensive knowledge of the scene on a global scale. From his early days as booking agent to Sasha & Digweed, A&R manager at Jackpot Records, resident DJ at Subterannia in London, to promoting the prestigious night Renaissance at Ibiza’s legendary club Pacha.
From 1999-2004 Paul was one of the partners and driving forces behind the dance label Sumsonic Recordings, managing to release around 30 singles reaching over 70 compilations taking him touring around the world. Since then, Paul has firmly cemented his place as a producer to some of the most respected people in the industry, working with some of electronic music's biggest heavyweights including Sasha, James Lavelle & Pete Tong MBE.
His work with Sasha included developing his first ever Ableton live shows, producing his Fundacion album, Radio 1 essential mix and managing his live shows on tour.
In 2011 James Lavelle of UNKLE approached Paul to produce his headlining Unkle Sounds shows for Reading and Leeds festival which consisted of remixing and re-producing some of Unkle's incredible back catalogue.
Paul's work with Pete Tong began back in 2009 and continued 7 years strong, working as his producer, music director and project supervisor. The duo remixed everyone from Underworld, NERD & Pharrell to U2 and Gorillaz, and have released singles on Ministry Of Sound, Toolroom, Defected & Pets Recordings. They both wrote music scores for movies Harry Brown on Lionsgate Films, What If for Vertigo Films and the trailer music for movie's Pacific Rim & Hologram For The King. Paul has also recently helped programme and co curate Pete's BBC Proms Ibiza gig at the Royal Albert Hall, co produce and record his BBC Radio 1 shows, supervise releases on FFRR including Hot Natured’s Benediction, and has co produced, mixed and engineered all 15 of his DJ Mix albums to date.
Now Sydney based, Paul is signed to Universal Music Australia, writing new material and producing records for the label.