Paul Glynn is an award-winning writer and filmmaker. Alongside BAFTA and RTS awards for his documentary work, he is a winner of the BBC Wildlife Nature Writer of the year award, and won the Tabor Film Festival for his short film Fishtale.
Raised in Dublin and widely travelled in West Africa, Paul first heard of Bruno shortly after his escape in 2006, and has spent much of his time since then researching, writing and illustrating King Bruno. An avid conservationist, he is a regular visitor to Sierra Leone and the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Paul is currently based in London.