The RPS Journal published an article in May about the photographic project he did with Maria Falconer, whilst they were working with humanitarian groups helping refugees in Greece.
Paul recently had a 14 page illustrated interview in Chinese Photography magazine and he was also featured extensively in another Chinese publication, Photography in the British Classroom, a major book on photographic education in the UK.
This Spring he wrote an illustrated piece 'Lay of the Land' for Digital Camera. A comprehensive interview with Paul was also featured in the August edition of Digital Camera magazine accompanied by many images that trace his 50 years as a photographer. The interviewer Geoff Harris wrote:
'An eminent photographer, teacher and workshop pioneer, Paul Hill witnessed many of the major changes that transformed British photography in the 20th century, and works to help students develop their own vision: "to say something rather than just show something," he says.'
Paul has work in Street View exhibition at the Graves Gallery, Sheffield until March 2017. It showcases photographs by both internationally recognised photographers that span the everyday to the extraordinary.
In October he and Maria Falconer exhibited their work made whilst volunteering with refugees in Greece, entitled ANON, at Arts Points de Vue Gallery in Lauzerte, France.
Some of Paul's work from the 1970s and 1980s appeared in Paris Photo at the Grand Palais in November and The Photography Show at The Armoury, New York in April.
In September 2016, Paul received The Education Award from the Royal Photographic Society. This is awarded for outstanding achievement or sustained contribution in photographic education, including inspirational teaching and course design.
Recently London gallery owner and collector, James Hyman acquired some of Paul's early work for British Photography -The Hyman Collection He has also been helping James with his important research into this period and his mission to put British photographers on the international map.
In addition to leading workshops regularly Paul has recently been teaching photography BA and MA students at Blackburn College University Centre,, University of Derby, and De Montfort University, Leicester.
For the latest information on events, workshops and other activities please check out Paul's Blog