Paul James DiPasquale (b. 1980 Rochester, NY) is a photographer based in New England.  He is passionate about film photography and chooses to create photographs on traditional black and white film.  

Central themes in his portraiture include adolescence, innocence, and family bonds. He strives to create portraits that speak to the fleeting moments of childhood, the confusion of adolescence, and the longing that we all feel for something more. 

A road trip to Joshua Tree National Park in early 2010 ignited a passion for photographing the wide open spaces of the American West. Since then he has made several trips back to states such as Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, South Dakota and Wyoming. A summer 2018 trip to Colorado provided the opportunity to drive some 1,500 miles through Wyoming, Nebraska and South Dakota. 

The western photographs can be seen at The Beginning of the Old Road. 

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