Leonard J. Paul

Leonard J. Paul

Leonard Paul attained his Honours degree in Computer Science at Simon Fraser University in BC, Canada with an Extended Minor in Music concentrating in electroacoustics. He has a ten year history in video games with over ten titles to his credit and currently teaches Game Audio at the Vancouver Film School.

As a professional musician and composer, he works primarily with film and dance. He was honoured to be chosen as the composer for The Corporation and is inspired to do more documentary film work in the future. He composed for the anti-war multimedia dance project Painting Peace which was was awarded entry into the 2003 Barcellona Video Dansa Festival.

In 2003, he toured in Germany with Lars Korb and others playing clubs in Hamburg, Munich and Berlin as Freaky DNA for Urban Guerilla Records. In Vancouver, he does regular performances in the electronica group unspoken with mikéla j. mikael.

For more information see the Lotus Audio site.


THE CORPORATION raises questions about the enduring viability and value of the corporation as the primary vehicle for organizing the production of wealth in market-based societies. It raises important concerns about the impact of the corporate structure on a range of public goods and should provoke thinking about whether or not there are better ways to more effectively organize production for the general welfare.

- Mark Amen, Director of the Globalization Research Center, University of Southern Florida