Paul started as a rep with EdseyArt in April of 1994 (his first assignment to clean out the storage closet). His first direction from Steve Edsey, “See if you can fit a desk in there its your office.” He spent the first few years at Edsey opening new accounts, earning a MBA (seemed like a good idea at the time) and quickly realized the job was fun. He then became the studio’s beer and chip guru, bringing in art projects from DDB, FCB, C-K and Frankel (Budweiser, Miller, Coors, Corona and Frito-Lay). In the office he brought EdseyArt into the digital age (which means he wired every office himself by crawling on ceiling tile). Paul is now a valued resource for major ad agencies art and production needs. He takes great pride in pairing the right artist with the right project. He knows the artists’ abilities better than the artists (they really hate that). Two locations later (they keep tearing down buildings we lease in) he has moved out of the storage closet and into a window office (that looks directly into the side of a building). At home Paul is a husband and a father of three boys. He enjoys playing hockey (although that usually requires surgery afterward), volunteering as a youth hockey coach and fishing & hunting in the north woods (but we’re not sure he actually hunts). Paul is also always up for a round of golf (anything that keeps him from staring out that window).