Paul Sunday had been working in the New York theater scene when he discovered an affinity for photography in the early 90s.  His career was launched by a trio of art directors at Bergdorf Goodman where he remained a constant collaborator for a decade.  His portraits of artists, musicians, and actors, have been published internationally.  Sunday's exhibition history has included portraiture, abstract and conceptual photography and non-objective paintings.  He teaches photography at New York Film Academy and Pratt Institute and is a longtime contributing fashion and portrait photographer for SOMA magazine.  His work has also appeared in Interview, German Vogue, Paper, Flaunt, Joy Quarterly, aRude, Jalouse, Cosmopolitan, Forbes, Architectural Digest, Architektur und Wohnen, Rum International, and many others.


Sunday currently lives and maintains a studio in Jersey City with his wife, Pamela Sunday, a sculptor.