Willow Paule (b. 1981) is a freelance documentary photographer and educator who splits her time between the United States and Asia. She brings her experience working with people of diverse backgrounds in both education and social service sectors into her photographic work. Willow photographs people who have been affected by institutions including prison and child protective services and works with nonprofits, news agencies and individuals. She is a Fulbright alumna and teaches in the US and in Asia. Willow graduated from Arizona State University in 2004, receiving a BFA with a concentration in photography and a certificate in Southeast Asian Studies.
Willow’s images have been used by news outlets such as The Jakarta Post and Inside Indonesia and nonprofit organizations like Scientists Without Borders, Kopernik, Phoenix Collegiate Academy and Jeju Furey, among others. Her images have been exhibited in the US, Germany and Indonesia. Past clients praise her calm, humorous demeanor. She is available for assignments and collaborations; please get in touch.