Paul Clay is a visual artist whose work spans many different fields. His perspective comes from an interest in anthropology, contemporary media, and social change. He has shown internationally, been interviewed on local television in New York, and has been reviewed in such publications as ARTnews, The New York Times, The London Times, Time Out (New York and London), The Guardian of London, Tema Celeste, Print, Zingmagazine, and NY ARTS magazine, and has also received numerous awards including the Municipal Arts Society Times Square Spectacular, Manchester Evening News Theatre Award, National Endowment for the Arts/ TCG Fellow, Drama Desk, and Bessie award. He is also founder of Cuchifritos art gallery. Mr. Clay designed the set for the Pulitzer prize winning Broadway Musical Rent, 1997. He has been a featured speaker at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the Dumbo Arts Center Professional Artist Development Series.