A lifelong fascination with stopping time and telling a story in just one image has begun to pay off for photographer Paula Burr. A 2007 graduate of the prestigious Brooks Institute, Paula interned in Manhattan during her education with renowned image-maker Mark Seliger.

In the two and a half years since, she has contributed her style and focus to numerous print and online work. She has recreated the infamous shower scene of Psycho for Tim (2001 Maniacs, Driftwood) Sullivan and been head still photographer for Anthony DiBlasi's cinematic adaptation of Clive Barker's DREAD.

Paula's work was most recently published in new issues of The Burlesque Times, the UK fashion magazine Milk Cow, and in all the advertising for The International Horror and Sci Fi Fim Fest 2009. Recent websites featuring her work include Shock till you Drop, Bloody-Disgusting, and Dread Central, Fatally-Yours. Other endeavors include artistic and abstract stills for Adam Barnick's upcoming documentary What is Scary? (2011), as well as lighting and videographer work for the upcoming DVD extras for Adam Green's thriller FROZEN. While favoring the macabre and culture underground, Killer Eye Photography has expanded its passions to everything from weddings to headshots to travel photography, Paula remains committed to finding those images that will stick with you for a lifetime.