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William Albert Allard (1937-)

“In my photography, color and composition are inseparable. I see in color.”
- William Albert Allard

William Albert Allard is a National Geographic photographer, spending much of his 35-year career covering American subjects from the Amish and William Faulkner’s Mississippi to cowboys and minor league baseball. Born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Allard joined the National Geographic staff in 1964. He left to freelance in 1967 and rejoined the staff in 1996. During that time he has shot dozens of stories. His photographs of places from Peru to Sicily appear in Visions Gallery: High Noon Allard’s photographs have been published in many U.S. and European publications. He has also published four books. When not on assignment, he resides near Charlottesville, Virginia, with his family.


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