Bill Owens


Owens first started to pursue photography during a trip to Jamaica as a Peace Corps volunteer in 1964. Upon his return to the USA two years later, he enrolled in a visual anthropology course.
His documentary style is inspired by the photographers of the Farm Security Administration (FSA) in 1930 America, such as Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans.

Selected Works

Please click to enquire for availability and prices.


Selected Solo Exhibitions (after 2008)

Selected Group Exhibitions (after 2008)

Projects & Collaborations

Public Collections

Selected Publications