Paul Jackson
Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson

Senior Photographer and Videographer
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Paul is our senior photographer and videographer with many talents, including avoiding ironing. He comes from a press photography background meaning he can handle fast deadlines and is used to shooting in a wide range of settings. Paul is also a qualified UAV pilot and drone operator.

"Photographers are dangerous people, first they shoot you, then they frame you, then they hang you on the wall!"

Like our Managing Director, Paul is an Aston Villa fan (apparently this isn’t the reason he got the job... but it helped). He appears to be trying to takeover the Lego Group, by slowly buying up all of their stock and so when he isn’t shooting photos or video, he can be found playing with his son Sam, who coincidentally happens to support his Dad's choice in football team.

In 2016, Paul has passed his ground school and flight exams, meaning his cameras can be sent skywards, to record sweeping aerial video as part of Method's range of drone services.

Paul is allergic to nuts and Microsoft Windows.


What is a skill you’d like to learn and why?

To play the guitar: I started learning when I was at junior school but didn't keep it up.

What’s your favourite meal?

A decent pizza, or steak with pepper sauce and trimmings.

How do you spend your free time?

Playing with my son Sam, going to the football, and out with Round Table.

If you won the lottery, what would you do?

I'd drive to the nearest Porsche garage and buy a 911 GT3 RS. Then I'd take us to the airport and have a holiday in the Maldives.

What is your most played song on your iPod/iPhone, etc.?

Let's Ride by Ash.

If you could witness any event, past, present or future, what would it be?

England winning the World Cup in 1966. Or to the future, if it ever happens again...

If you had a superpower what would it be and why?

Flight - no more traffic jams.

What was the last picture you took on your phone?

My son on a bouncy castle.

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