After two years in the USA and Canada where he graduated from "Lycée Français de Toronto", Paul Lecat moved back to his roots in the French provence, to study International Relations and Economics. He then worked for various companies as Photographer and Filmmaker, two passion he's had since his first travels abroad.
Following his degree in Marseille, Paul left the country once more to settle in Hô Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He then moved to Bremen, Germany and finally settled down in Berlin, Germany in 2012 where he started, after a year of various jobs, FU's program in Visual and Media Anthropology. Paul regularly offers analog photography workshops to enthusiasts and always experiments new ways of capturing light through DYI means. He currently works as a Freelancer for a company he established in 2014: The Website Fabrik, for which he designs websites and offers photography as well as video portfolios for hoteliers.
Paul is also working with the Palestinian boy scouts and girl guides association, conducting research in the city of Nablus and the refugee camp of Fara'a, in the West Bank. Within the framework of his Master's degree thesis, he explores the role of the association in the preservation and transmission of a Palestinian identity to the younger Palestinian generations. He is currently editing a short documentary on the matter, which should see light in October 2015.