- True Boo: Gator Catchin’, Organgutan Boxin’, and My Wild Ride to the PGA Tour (2011, with Boo Weekley)
- Church of Lies (2010, with Flora Jessop)
- Escape in Iraq: The Thomas Hamill Story (2005) co-written with Thomas Hamill
- Freedom Matters (2003, with Parnell Amerson)
- Wild About Babies (2003, with Parnell Anderson)
- Conserving Wild America (2003)
- Paul Brown’s Wild Visions (1998)
- Wildlife of the South (1995)
Born in 1949, wildlife photographer and author Paul T. Brown lives in Brandon, Mississippi. He attended Mississippi State University and graduated in 1974 with a BS in Business.
Brown’s best-known book is probably Escape in Iraq: The Thomas Hamill Story, which he co-wrote with Thomas Hamill. Hamill was captured and held hostage in Iraq for twenty-four days before making a miraculous escape. The book made several bestseller lists and was a finalist for USA Book News’ 2004 autobiography of the year.
Brown’s book, I’m Still Standing, chronicles the experience of former POW, Shoshana Johnson. On March 23, 2003, Johnson was one of seven soldiers captured and taken prisoner of war during an ambush in Nasiriyah, Iraq. Johnson was severely wounded in both legs and endured twenty-two days of harsh captivity. U.S. Marines successfully rescued Johnson and her six fellow POWs.
Brown’s book, The Church of Lies, focuses on the history of polygamy in Utah and Arizona. The book follows the life of former polygamist Flora Jessop, recording her journey to escape the cult that held her prisoner and forced her to marry her cousin.
In 2011 Brown published True Boo: Gator Catchin’, Organgutan Boxin’, and My Wild Ride to the PGA Tour with Boo Weekley. The book is memoir of Thomas Brent Weekley and a behind-the-scenes look at life on the PGA Tour.
Brown’s photographs regularly appear in national ad campaigns as well as books, brochures, catalogs and more. His work has earned numerous national and regional awards including honors from the Outdoor Writers Association of America and the Southeastern Outdoors Press Association. The Mississippi Wildlife Federation named him the 2003 Conservation Communicator of the Year. Alabama honored Paul in 1998 with their Conservation Communicator of the Year award.
Brown owns Bookmark Publishing from which he publishes books and calendars.