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Two magazine covers in less than a month - and a bonus. by William Howard

You know things are going good when you get two different magazine covers. You know things are even better when there is a five-page spread on your art and business. That is what has just happened to me.

First, Her magazine's wedding special donned a wedding I shot last year on both the cover and in the inside story.

Next, I was interviewed for Wilson magazine and as was asked to shoot some shots for a possible cover. The only request for the cover assignment was to capture something that would clearly define Wilson, other than the Whirligig Park since it had been featured recently. I set out and shot a few of the things that I think of when thinking of Wilson, and sure enough, I landed the cover.

You can see some of this information on the In The News page that has a link/tab at the top menu of this website.

Sights from New Jersey? Bah, it is basically NYC. by William Howard

Some extra-curricular activities prior to the basketball tourney allowed me to capture a few of these images. The Teardrop Memorial was given by the Russian people in response to 9/11 and the horrors of terrorism. The skyline of New York City was taken from the park in New Jersey where the memorial is located. From this vantage point, you can see Statue of Liberty to the left, the Freedom Tower at the 1/3 mark from the left, and the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges to the right.