Paul chose the name back in college. His “vision” was to start a company that encompassed all of his talents and passions. He was a musician, designer, artist, photographer, potter, painter and singer.
He officially started working with Perdue Vision when in still college in 2000. His photography professor recommended him for local photo shoots, and his pottery professor had him doing local demonstrations at fairs and festivals. Paul has always loved being creative and hands-on. From the start, he knew this business would grow alongside his passions.
After graduation he ran Perdue Vision on the side while working full-time at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It was a great way to obtain first-hand experience in advertising, design and printing for one of the largest newspapers in the Southeast. He quickly learned the importance of innovation and implementation.
Perdue Vision offers so many products and services that many people ask him how he’s able to specialize in all of them. The truth comes down to 80-hour work-weeks for the last decade. Hard work, persistence and passion are the driving forces of Perdue Vision. If you give it a chance, you’ll be amazed at what Perdue Vision can do for you.