Paul was a full-time clown when he was diagnosed with Parkinson's at 45.
2 and a half years after his diagnosis, he had to give it up.
But during a course of cognitive behavioural therapy, he found a new passion: drawing.
Paul found that writing was hard work with Parkinson's, but drawing cartoons was much easier.
Paul on drawing with Parkinson's
"What I realised is that if I allow myself the whole space, just to start drawing from any point, I can actually enjoy what movement I have without worrying what it is or where I'm going."
In this video Paul shares his experience of drawing with Parkinson's.
Paul on living alone with Parkinson's
"If I want some assistance I will ask for it. We tend to think we have to do it all for ourselves - and that doesn't make sense."
In this video Paul shares his experience of living alone with Parkinson's.