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Paul A. Teolis
Expedition Photographer | Animation Professional
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About me

I work in two circles; the imaginary world of animation, and the real world of expedition photography in Antarctica and around the world. Both contribute to my well-roundedness as a content creator possessing strong technical proficiencies allowing me the ability to cross over within my profession of animation with a large toolbox of software knowledge and hands on abilities.

Award-winning, idea driven, and leadership are at my core. Creative within animation branding complements my days in 2D and 3D production, encompassing a wide range of skills from technical direction, project and brand development, and working alongside marketing, licensing, and branding creative.

Animation highlights, DreamWorks Prince of Egypt & Road to Eldorado, Disney's Goofy Movie, National Film Board of Canada and numerous series with Nelvana Studios

Launching the Photographer in Residence Program for G Adventures in 2012 on board their ship was a professional high point as an award-winning photographer. After more than twenty expeditions to Antarctica, the Arctic, the coasts of West Africa and South America, I return to Antarctica as a member of the Expedition Team to mentor as well as provide photographic education. The program is now in its 12th season.

Photography highlights include: Official Antarctic Postage Stamp issued by IAATO and the British Commonwealth Office. Grand Prize CONTACT 2006 for Best Photograph, and numerous juried shows throughout Toronto and Los Angeles.

What is your favorite travel destination?

antarctica, bhutan

Where do you dream of traveling to?

the moon

What was your first travel job?

camera guy

What do you want to learn more about?

the moon

Three words that describe why we should travel?

to be free