Paul Gilmore’s cameras have taken
him from the blue waters of the Caribbean to the mystery of the
Orient. He is “Earth’s First Moon Rock Photographer.” His
photographs of the Apollo 11 moon rocks were published in every
major news publication in the free world.
His photographs have been
published in aerospace, petrochemical, advertising, and
publication industries. His accomplishments include; three
awards from the International Association of Business
Communicators, certificates of recognition from Eastman Kodak,
and the Professional Photographers of America, and the
Presidents Award from the Society of Photographers in Industry.
Paul is a graduate of Famous Photographers School and the New
York Institute of Photography.
Paul and his wife Dawn call
Madison, Georgia home. They work together producing publication,
commercial, social and missionary projects worldwide. The
Gilmore’s travel and photography has taken them to Europe,
England, India, Thailand, Cambodia, Korea, Japan, the
Philippines, Caribbean Islands and Central America.