Author Paul Joyce

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Celebrated portrait photographer and film-maker, Paul Joyce, recalls a youthful narrow escape with the legendary…

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“So our esteemed managing editor, Toby, throws me a curve ball knowing I will not be able to resist: a short but luxurious Venice weekend to launch a new upmarket cruise ship.”

Art
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Artist, photographer and filmmaker Paul Joyce takes an uncompromising look at David Hockney’s current exhibition at The Royal Academy, and muses over 30 years of friendship with the venerated artist…

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Paul Joyce battles the visa authorities to secure a pass into the stunning metropolis of St. Petersburg, for a cultural, historical and personal tour around one of Russia’s most beautiful cities.

Art Fonda as Barbarella, close up (c) Paul Joyce
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Jane Fonda as Barbarella is one of the enduring icons of 20th century cinema. As a young filmmaker in 1968, Paul Joyce was tasked with documenting the happenings on and around the set of that legendary psychedelic sci-fi romp…

The Lifestyle Ladies who lunch
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When his classic Mercedes packs up one cold afternoon, leaving him stranded in the depths of South London, Paul Joyce finds solace in a good book, a great magazine, and discovers that he may just have the Midas touch…

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Travel writer Paul Joyce takes to the high seas for a virgin trip from Venice to Athens, by way of Dubrovnik. Armed with camera and notepad, he haggles, snaps and pens his way through a velocious Venetian adventure.

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The Dorset Downs in the swing of summer is a glorious place to be; even better when you have the company of an old friend. But Joyce and AP found that a wander through the woods can become a haunting stroll along memory lane.

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“Keep your heart in the suitcase and your eyes on the road,” were Paul Joyce’s parting comments about visiting Ireland as he left the office with a weekend case in one hand and his trusty camera in the other. The Galway Arts Festival had piqued his interest to return to the land of his ancestral roots; from Chekhov to Matisse to the resplendent Ashford Castle, the romance of Galway was hard to resist.

Written and illustrated by Paul Joyce.

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