Paul Nevadomski joined WRIC-TV as a photographer and editor in 1994. In 1997 Paul was promoted to the title of Chief Photojournalist. In his nearly three decade broadcasting career, Paul has covered events including the Oklahoma City bombing, traveled to the Outer Banks, and as far as Louisiana to cover numerous hurricanes, the DC sniper attacks, the Virginia Tech massacre, live coverage from the Pentagon on 9-11, and countless other stories.
Prior to joining WRIC-TV, Paul worked as a director, photographer, editor, and tape operator at WFMZ in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He got his start in television as a part time sports photographer at WNEP in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Pennsylvania after serving an internship there.
When Paul is off duty from TV8 he works as a freelance camera operator for most of the major networks covering a wide variety of college and professional sports.
Paul grew up in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications from Kutztown University.
Paul resides in Chesterfield County and enjoys spending time with his wife Patty and their two teenage children Shannon and Brent.