Bill Blanchard is a life long resident of New Jersey and got his start as a public relations photographer for a leading New York City studio in the late ‘70s and has covered everything from elephants marching through the Lincoln tunnel for Barnum & Bailey, to the restoration of the Statue of Liberty, to Mikhail Gorbachev’s visit to Seton Hall University.
Starting his own business in the mid 80s, Bill has been privileged to work for Sun Chemical, Goldman Sachs, George Street Playhouse, The Big East Conference, Rutgers, and The Make A Wish Foundation, to mention a few. Recently, Bill has turned much of his attention to the more artistic side of photography using multiple imagery, surreal infrared landscapes, HDR techniques and extensive use of Photoshop to make his point. Resulting in a new way of seeing and shooting, where he takes the ordinary and transforms it into something beautiful and totally unexpected.
Besides being a full time photographer, Bill also teaches digital photography, Photoshop and Lightroom at the Visual Art Center of New Jersey Summit, The Paul Robeson School for the Arts Princeton and the Digital Photo Academy New York City.
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