About

*William Bonney is also the name of the famous outlaw, Billy the Kid. The comparisons are few but feel free to speculate.

"My name is Bill Bonney. I've lived a great life with many great and varied experiences. I've been fortunate enough to travel to see some of the Earth's most majestic scenes and meet some very interesting people. I've had a great career in marketing/advertising and many other jobs that have given me a well-rounded knowledge of business, and appreciation for work of all kinds.

More than all of that, I was fortunate to be a stay-at-home Dad for my daughter's first five years. Being a dad is the greatest thing that ever happened to me. It gave me a purpose when I had none. And, it gave me a liberating sense of responsibility that has inspired me to be a better person and a more conscientious contributor to our community.

Photography for me has become the best way I can use my artistic talents and business experience to contribute in a positive way. Whether it's my fine art hanging in someone's home, or the creation of commercial portfolio of images promoting the good work of good companies.

I'm getting better every day and continuing to find ways my photography can contribute in a positive way. Contact me about your project or to brainstorm ways photography can bring attention to your business."


-Bill Bonney



Equipment:
I'm a Nikon guy. I have the best equipment money can buy, and a lot of it. Multiple DSLR bodies, Wide angle lens', super-zoom lens', super-fast lens', time-lapse equipment, waterproof cameras, a powerful PC and the best software money can buy.

Creativity under control: I'm an artist, but I also understand business. Before I ever push the shutter, I ask good questions and listen carefully. I make sure to completely understand your expectations and then strive to exceed them. In addition to contracted work, I always offer additional creative images and ideas that I think may support client goals.

I care about my Community:
I've been volunteering for as long as I can remember. There's way too many to list, but currently I run a large volleyball tournament for Special Olympics athletes(13 years running). Every year I donate a bunch of my fine art pieces to auctions including Habitat for Humanity, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Caitlin Smiles, Alex's Lemonade Stand and more. I also volunteer with my friends' and clients' causes as well as many monetary donations.
I'm lucky enough to have good health. Some aren't so lucky. That's why I give.