Photographer Gerald Williams talks about his history and experiences with photography and favorite photo

2 Apr

Audio Interview: Gerald Williams

I’ve mentioned before that I am currently taking Digital Photography at Rowan University. My professor, Gerald Williams, is also a well established photgrapher with over 30 years of experience. He was kind enough to take a few minutes out of his day and sit down with me for an audio interview. During this interview, he speaks about his time in Nicaragua during the late 1970s when they were in a state of conflict. He and a news reporter spent a month with the troops in Nicaragua and returned with photographs and a story that eventually helped end the conflict and war in Nicuragua.

Photograph by Gerald Williams that he speaks about:

More background on Gerald Williams…
– Bachelors degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Photojournalism, Film Making, and Television
– Internship at News Day in NY.
– Freelance in Washington, DC
– Full time job at News Day for 3 years
– Full time photographer at the Philadelphia Inquirer for 29 years
– Masters Degree from Savannah College of Art and Design
– Currently: Freelance and teaching Digital Photography at Rowan University

Audio Bonus! Advice to beginning photographers:

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