Magazine Art Director and The Apprentice (UK) series 12 candidate Dillon St. Paul has an estimated net worth in the thousands.
Irishman St. Paul from Dublin is a fashion magazine Art Director. St Paul earned a Diploma Design Communication and later achieved a First Class Honours Degree in BA Design Communication. After graduating, he started working as a Junior Designer.
How did St. Paul earn his thousands?
St. Paul now has 15 years experience in design, editorial design and art direction. He has worked with top magazines in Dublin, London and Sydney, including STELLAR, KISS, Girlfriend!, Irish Tatler, Gaytimes and many more.
He has also worked with big brands such as L’Oréal, Chanel, Maybelline and many more.
St. Paul won PPAI Magazine Designer of the Year in 2007 and Designer of the Year at the 2012 Magazine Awards, while his work in creating a 3D issue of Stellar magazine was shortlisted as Innovation of the year 2012. In addition, he has won a Computer Arts Award for his illustration work.
St Paul’s portfolio includes working closely Emap, IPC Media, Pacific Publications and more, including catalogues of his work with Getty Images.
St. Paul appears on the BBC One 12th series of The Apprentice UK, front lined by Lord Sugar.
The Apprentice is a British reality game show in which a group of aspiring businesswomen and men compete for the chance to win a £250,000 investment from British business magnate, Alan Sugar, towards a business of the candidate’s creation, with Sugar as a 50% owner.