Bill is an experienced corporate/industrial photojournalist with a designers eye. His credible, well composed, fly-on-the-wall images of the workplace have earned him a unique reputation in the field. He works with design studios and design enlightened corporations that have stories to tell, from branding campaigns, corporate overviews and image libraries to special projects worldwide, 35 countries to date.
The range of subjects he has photographed approaches the surreal. His low key, no lights, no crew, real life workstyle yields natural images and causes little or no disruption. Bill works solo, is self art directed, and travels light. There have been many awards, his work has appeared in the important creative journals, is in the collections of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and many private collections.
Bill attended NYU (Film) and Rhode Island School of Design where he studied with Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind. He is based in rural Rhode Island.