PAUL J. TOUSSAINT, Master iPhoneographer

iPhoneography completely transformed Toussaint’s photographic eye sending his body of work through a gorgeous metamorphosis.

Toussaint, a traditionally trained photographer, is hailed a ‘ pioneer ’ in the iPhonic art movement by mastering the use of apps to create fine art images presented on wood, canvas, textured paper, and metal. His Grand Central Station series was part of Art Takes Time Square and Early Morning Fog which won 1st place in the 2012 iPhone Photography Awards.

In the past three years, Toussaint’s work has been displayed in over twenty-two different galleries across the United States and Europe, and featured in video installations in both Italy and Germany. iPhotographer, an online magazine, headlines Toussaint as the ‘Breakout Star of 2013.’

Toussaint accepts invitations to be an instructional speaker at various venues including the Apple Store in Manhattan and the Worcester Art Museum.

Currently, Toussaint owns and curates The Empty Spaces Project/The Gallery on Main Street in Putnam, Connecticut.