Paul Anthony Morris is the Creative Director of Crying in the Wilderness Productions. His awards as an artist include the Off West End Adopt A Playwright Award, Edinburgh Fringe First and the Peggy Ramsay Award.
Oberon published his plays 35 cents and Identity with introductions from the theologian and British poet Dr. Robert Beckford, educationalist and social activist Chris Searle.
Paul is the innovator of a new theatrical style called 'Theatre of the Soul' and a movement meditation technique called Phenomenology which, forms a major part of his artistic theory and practice for artists, young people and adults.
His Creative Learning initiatives for young people and children including those with special needs are part of an ongoing programme that he has been delivering for the past seven years called Empowering Young Voices (EYV).
Paul has written a number of children's stories inspired by his EYV programmes, which promote the development of critical learning, social awareness and positive well-being.
The Art of Humanity is a subsidiary of Crying in the Wilderness production under which most of Paul’s writings and insights are undertaken.