PAUL-i

PAUL-i

 

PAUL-i (BMusEd, MMus) is an international Music Producer/Engineer, Songwriter, Educator and Artist. As an accomplished musician he has performed to crowds of 60,000 and has worked alongside a large number of music industry heavyweights.  He has returned to Australia after having lived and worked in studios (primarily London and Milan), and is now Head Producer/Engineer at our newly launched MusicPro (Australia).

 

Although Paul is an accomplished musician and has worked with many great artists, Paul's unique ability comes in the way he uses his wealth of experience, educational understanding and technical skill when drawing the best out of others and helping artists to shine.

 

Paul’s early work (later sub-published with EMI and then Sony), included songs released and published in 136 countries on award-winning albums.  He later moved to London and expanded his studio and production work in a diversity of music projects ranging from Symphony Orchestra to Indie Punk.  Whilst there, Paul began specialising in a more comprehensive role as Producer, Music Director and Songwriter working with a wide range of artists.  Concurrently, his committed work with philanthropic communities meant Paul managed to maintain a strong hand in education whilst working in the music industry at large.  His experience and connections in the music industry continue to centre around London, Milan, and Nashville - enabling a comprehensive network for his ongoing projects.


With a recent development in artist representation and publishing, Paul is currently working on advert, song and recording projects with music industry entities in London, Milan, Los Angeles, New York and Nashville.  Since returning to Australia, he has worked on a number of projects with artists such as David Moyse (Air Supply), Mark Wilkinson (known for the Nescafe' advertisement music), Oliver Tank (over 2 million hits on Spotify), and emerging band The Expol from Newcastle (who quickly reached #1 on the Triple J Unearthed Indie charts after their release with Paul.  Visit the Testimonials page to see comments some of these artists have made when working with Paul.

 

During his extensive career, Paul has worked on a diversity of projects with many significant artists including Natasha Bedingfield, David Moyse (Air Supply), Frank Arkright (Abbey Road Studios), Jean Paul Decoster (2 Unlimited), Brian Hodgsen (Paul McCartney), Jeremy Bose, Brian Hitt, Stan Webb (Nashville), Winston Sela (Maxi Priest and Lulu), Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue), Paul Jones (Manfred Man), Geoff Dugmore (Robbie William’s studio drummer), Darlene Zschech, Andrae Crouch (Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Madonna), Paul Jackson Junior (guitarist for Michael Jackson), Chester Thomson (drummer for Phil Collins, Weather Report, Frank Zappa), Abraham Laboriel (Michael Jackson, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand), Mungo Jerry ("In the Summertime...") and Tommy Emmanuel.

 

Paul’s formal training (Conservatorium of Music/University of Sydney) includes both a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education and a Masters in Music with a focus on Music Technology and Curriculum Design. Paul was co-founder of the Music School at HILC (Australia), which now boasts hundreds of international students. He has written for Radio Times (UK) and worked with BBC Worldwide on the design for national music and creativity programs. He was a lecturer and course writer for SBCS, Wesley Institute for the Arts and other such institutions. He co-founded the International Creative Academy in London and he designed and implemented the Music Faculty for the West Finland School of Performing Arts where he lectured as Head of Music.

 

Paul was significantly involved in the formative years of YA NSW, where he wrote and performed many songs for their packed stadium concerts. Paul’s more recent concert appearances as a solo artist have included national TV performances in a variety of countries, primarily Italy.

 

Paul is now the Australian and New Zealand Representative for Music2Deal, a worldwide network of 10,000 plus Music Industry Professionals.  Through this extensive network, Paul aims to promote primarily Australian and New Zealand talent on a global platform.

Today, Paul continues to work as a producer/musician/songwriter and tour as well as devoting extensive amounts of time to charity, church and other philanthropic and educational community initiatives.