Paul Ninson is a documentary photographer and Cinematographer, born in Kumasi, Ghana. He has a degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Industrial Art and founded a textiles and design company. He started his photography career three years ago as a medium of expression and to solve problems.
Ninson has traveled across Africa, working on projects including as Village with No Men, Culture According Africans, WWII Veterans, Where Education Is Free, and “Dipo: Rite of Passage.” He was one of the official State photographers for the HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall’s visit to Ghana.
Paul has been profiled and featured in the World Photography Organization, CreativeLive, and We Are Photographers and exhibited at the British Council. He has worked for various NGOs and organizations including Discovery Learning Alliance, Ark Foundation, Education Partnerships Group, United Nations, DreamOval, Ampersand, Songhai Groups, Practice School, Butler House, OMD Media Reach, Kawa Moka, SIT- Study Abroad and World Learning, and the British High Commission of the United Kingdom.
Paul Ninson is currently studying Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism at School of International Center of Photography (New York), where he was awarded The Director’s Fellowship and the George Moss Merit Scholarship.