Paula Bullwinkel worked for Andy Warhol as a photographer for Interview Magazine, as well as other publications, including The London Sunday Times Magazine, Vogue, British Elle, and Bomb. Bullwinkel was commissioned to take fashion and portrait photographs. Although she had the opportunity to work with great editors who considered the assignments art, she became increasing dissatisfied with the commercial application of photography, and the objectification of women in many images. When Bullwinkel began painting 20 years ago, she found her home. It was more challenging, and allowed her to more directly express what she needed to communicate. “Drawing from mythology, art history and ancient cultures…as an artist with a background in fashion photography, Bullwinkel is an expert at “staged storytelling” and aims to give the viewer just enough information to create their own narratives.”