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.
Author Paul Joyce
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…
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…
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.
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.
“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.
Filmmaker and photographer Paul Joyce first met Dennis Hopper in 1986 and they remained friends until Hopper’s death in May this year. This is Paul’s personal tribute to the great man, featuring untold anecdotes and never-before seen photographs of Dennis in his hometown of Venice, California. It is a poignant portrayal of a pioneering Hollywood rebel with a cause who will be remembered as one of the greatest screen icons of our time.
Adolf Hitler invented the Smart Car. Well, perhaps not himself, but he set it in…