William Albert Allard


William Albert Allard started his career as a photographer in 1964 in National Geographic, having collaborated on dozens of articles as a freelancer, trainee and writer. Some of his most remarkable stories are “Rodeos: Behind the Chutes”, “India’s Untouchables”, Bohemian Rhapsody”, and “Hutterite Sojourn”.

Throughout his career, he has also published several books such as the “Vanishing Breed”, which was fairly acclaimed and has been recognized with several mentions and awards.

In addition to National Geographic, he also collaborated with Magnum Photos and some of his images can be found in various collections of museums and private galleries.

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