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Paul Ducco

Paul Ducco


Paul is a multidisciplinary designer and Creative Director, well versed in the world of visual storytelling. Since leaving high school early to pursue his creative endeavours, Paul’s career has travelled a rich, rewarding and diverse path through commercial animation, publications, digital development, print design, and long form film projects.

With an inclusive and collaborative approach to all things creative, Paul has led, managed and established teams and projects of all shapes and sizes. Believing true creativity thrives when meaningful exploration, input, ideas & perspectives are championed — he plays well with others and likes working that way.

As a respected and sought after creative brain, with over 20 years in the industry, Paul’s particular interest in the cultural, educational and environmental sectors has allowed him to establish long standing partnerships with organisations and individuals including Carriageworks, the Art Gallery of NSW, State Library of NSW, Bundanon Trust, and more recently Shark Island Productions.

Enjoying the quiet reflection and contemplation that comes from a combination of mental and physical challenges, Paul has also spent over a month in the Himalaya, seeing the world at a different angle… from 6,200m.

Never shy of new and shifting terrain, Paul continues to explore the ever changing and developing connection between moving image, technology and digital spaces.

Following his involvement in the creation of the feature-length documentary, The Final Quarter, Paul is excited to continue his work in discovering the world we live in, locally and abroad.