Paul Morejón (American / Ecuadorean ) is a photographer & director. He was born & raised in New York's cultural centers of Harlem & the South Bronx. Paul began shooting professionally in 2012 after studying at the School of Visual Arts. He was invited into the world of fashion photography by legendary hair stylist Harry King & hair historian Helen Oppenheim. In 2014 he started shooting assignments covering beauty and the creative experience backstage at New York Fashion Week at shows including MarchesaVera WangLibertineJerome 5.31, The BlondsJill Stuart and Leanne Marshall. There he focused on models of color backstage and celebrating the community and the range of beauty in all shapes, cultures and skin tones while especially highlighting queer, trans and non-binary models & designers.


Since 2018 was worked closely with Leslie Odom, Jr as a biographic photographer during the release of his 2019 album Mr. Paul is also working with Joshua Henry as he releases his new album.  Since 2020 he has been filming a documentary on the personal impact the pandemic & the Black Lives Matter movement has had on the uptown Broadway community.


He lives in Harlem at his home and photography studio.