Paul Schatzberger is a Sheffield-based photographic artist whose work has been published since 1984 and exhibited since 1993. His subjects have included cityscapes, Cuba, health, identity, and mortality. Most recently he has been exploring and presenting his observations of personal and external space, and the play of different forms of light in those domains. Atmospheric images that speak of absence buildings are often vacated, rooms empty yet there are signs of a human presence in the scene. Pauls carefully composed photographs are often more likely to pose questions than provide answers, and will usually contain more beneath the surface than immediately meets the eye. A metaphor for life?