Paul Veron (Amazilia Photography) was born in 1959 in the Channel Islands, where he still lives today. He studied natural sciences to degree level in Aberystwyth and Swansea Universities, before attaining his Post Graduate Certificate in Education at Exeter University, UK.

Amazilia's art centers on the beauty, grace and intrigue of the female nude; a subject which has fascinated artists, and drawn them like moths to the flame, in every creative discipline for millennia.

His work covers three core areas of people photography - dynamic fine art nudes, sensual nudes and nudes in nature. While some of his most well-known works are in the first two genres, his recent projects have focused on nudes in the natural environment, where Paul is always trying to depict a sense of the deep-rooted, intrinsic connection between people and the natural world.

Paul's first two monographs "Rewilding the Human Spirit" and "Naturally Nude in Nature" contain contemporary narratives, along with a selection of more than 100 of his favorite images of art nudes in nature and in the landscape. 

He is an internationally published photographer with several print publications, who has recently won the Runner-Up "Photographer of the Year" position with an international magazine, as well as achieving success in several global fine art photographic competitions. He holds Distinctions in both Foundation and Advanced Photography Diplomas.

He has exhibited his work at group shows in London and in 2020 will also be exhibiting in Lisbon, Portugal, and Seattle, USA.

He is currently working on a restricted number of Signed, Certified Limited-Edition High-Quality Prints for Art Collectors, as well as continuing to make his work more generally available through a series of Monographs, combining his joint loves of writing and visual art (through photography)

Paul Veron lives and works in Alderney, Channel Islands.