Paula Prats (b. 1986) is a photographer based in Valencia, Spain. Her sharp approach to image making combines landscape and still life photography, and focus on the core elements of art: colors, lines, shapes, and forms.
Created in the interplay between realistic documentation and abstraction, Paula’s contemplative photographs excuse a certain air of mystery. A keen traveler, she finds her inspiration in unknown and unexplored soundings, always paying attention to the quieter details only to bring them into a new light. Shooting outdoors and in far-flung locations, her practice is deeply connected to the experience of a place and how it affects her own perception of reality.
Since 2011, Paula’s work has caught the attention of major institutions, being featured in numerous publications and exhibited internationally in solo and group shows.
 BFA in Fine Arts, Fine Arts Faculty of San Carlos (UPV); Valencia, Spain  Promoe Grant, Emily Carr University of Art+Design; Vancouver, Canada  Erasmus Grant, Middlesex University of London; London, UK
 Reykjavik Museum of Photography; Reykjavik, Iceland.
 Still Light. La Fotoescuela; Valencia, Spain Still Light. Centro Cibeles; Madrid. Spain  T-e-s-t. Convent Espai d'art; Vila-Real, Spain  Found/Dot. Reykjavik Museum of Photography; Reykjavik, Iceland  How soon is never. Abraham Rogatnik Gallery; Vancouver, Canada