Paul Kwiatkowski

AND EVERY DAY WAS OVERCAST is a photo essay/novel about coming of age
during the 90s in the creep show of swamps and strip malls that is
South Florida.

Paul Kwiatkowski’s work has been prominently featured in Annalemma,
American Suburb X, Working Class Magazine, Sleek, Street Carnage,
Platform, Joey Zine and Paper-Spaceships. In addition, Paul has
collaborated with author Matthew Stokoe on a short film, Dog, and has
produced several short documentaries about photojournalists’
long-term assignments.
He currently resides in NYC where he works as a photographer and

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