Paul Berriff is one of Britain’s most accomplished television documentary film makers.
In the mid 60’s Paul started his career in still photography as a press photographer with the Yorkshire Evening Post in Leeds. In 1967 television stations started opening up around the country. With the introduction of local TV news Paul anticipated that the regional newsrooms would lead to the demise of the local paper as an immediate source for hard news.
In 1967 Paul made the switch from stills to movie images and became the youngest film cameraman employed by BBC TV News in Leeds. His career then took off. Paul moved into documentary production and won numerous awards, including a BAFTA, for his programmes.
He is still making award winning films.
Paul captured the Beatles Hidden Gallery in 1963/64 which are unique artworks; now available to purchase in a signed, limited edition run of 49 per image.
These recently rediscovered iconic photographs are a must for Beatles fans and collectors. Their exceptional production quality and finish also provide an exclusive opportunity for alternative investment. All pictures are sold framed and mounted. You can see the exhibition flyer for Paul's 2012 exhibition at Wensleydale Galleries: here.
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