About William Mcleod
MCLEOD, WILLIAM is a freelance photographer in San Francisco, primarily photographing portraits and photo-essays. He has worked for magazines such as TIME, Wired, Vanity Fair, LIFE, Forbes, GQ, Mother Jones, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Stern, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times Magazine, and Travel + Leisure. He has worked on several stories about adoption and foster care, in addition to stories about communities—such as a village for foster care families, a hotel with the largest AIDS population in the U.S., and recently, the last real American company town, as it was put up for sale. In 1999, he co-founded EP (Editorial Photographers), an online community that grew to 4000 photographers, concerned with eroding rights and rates in a digital world. He has also worked as a consultant at Apple to create software for photographers. In a past life, he was an English major at UC Berkeley, and graduated in 1985 after spending two years in Paris studying film. He loves traveling and lives in San Francisco’s Mission district.
- Location: AL
- Was accepted for Mar 22-27 2009 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by William Mcleod (includes contributory writing):
- Urban Ore
- Urban Ore is a popular salvage yard, thrift store and recycling center all wrapped up together in a three acre compound. Urban Ore accepts and re-sells all sorts of re-usable ...