A lifelong artist, Paul formally studied drawing, painting, printmaking, and design at Tyler School of Art, Temple University, earning a Bachelor's degree of Fine Arts. Subsequently, he spent a year and a half studying at Holy Trinity Theological Seminary in Jordanville, NY. During that time, he simultaneously worked under the tutelage of master iconographer Fr. Andrei Erastov, and began fulfilling monastery orders almost immediately. Thus he was able to synthesize his artistic studies. Since then, Paul has fulfilled many commissions for both churches and individuals, and his work can be seen coast to coast. He is also the illustrator of the children's book St. Seraphim's Beatitudes, authored by Fr. Daniel Marshall. Paul enjoys classical music, world and local history, and nature walks with his family. Father Paul is currently an ordained clergyman, in the rank of protodeacon, and serves at the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevsky in Howell, NJ.
• Eastern American Diocese, ROCOR
• Middle American Diocese, ROCOR
• Western American Diocese, ROCOR
• St. Vladimir Memorial Church, Jackson, NJ
• St. Elizabeth Orthodox Church, Rocky Hill, NJ
• St. Peter & Paul Orthodox Church, Phoenix, AZ
• St. George Russian Orthodox Church, Salt Lake City, UT
• St. Vladimir Russian Orthodox Church, Dexter, MI
• Holy Protection Orthodox Church, Goshen, IN
• Holy Ascension Russian Orthodox Church, Sacramento, CA
• St. Seraphim's Beatitudes, by Rev. Daniel Marshall. Full color illustrations.
• In Communion magazine, issue 64/Spring 2012. St. Alexander Schmorell was used on the cover.
• St. Innocent Liturgical Calendar, Fr. John Whiteford, ed. Cover and iconographic headers throughout.
• Spiritual Spring magazine, vol 2/no 2, 2014. Color illustration of St. John of San Francisco.
• Bronze icon of St. John of San Francisco, for the 20th anniversary of his glorification, 2014.
• Diocesan Gramota (Church Certificate) for the Eastern American Diocese, ROCOR.
• Custom designed vestments (gold embroidery on linen) for St. Vladimir's Memorial Church, executed by St. Elizabeth's Convent, Minsk.