Syndic No.5
Syndic Literary Journal

Photojournalism: “Chicago Work” by Paul Sequeira

“Chicago Work”

by Paul Sequeira

Background

Paul Sequeira was employed in the 1960s-1980s as a Chicago newspaper photographer who shot the daily news – the usual: news conferences, city events, celebrities, politicians, human interest, etc., but in real life, Paul was a gifted photojournalist who shot social injustice, interesting people, neighborhoods where people lived, store fronts and buildings, civil unrest, industry, people at play and at work. – LeRoy Chatfield


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Authors/Artists Bios

Paul Sequeira was a Chicago-based photojournalist and free lance documentarian for more than twenty years – late 60s to early 90s. Now retired in Pioneer in his home state of California, Paul is publishing his extensive portfolio to make it accessible to the interested public.