“My photographic vision is to capture images that are truly engaging. I hope that my images are not only aesthetically captivating, but also precipitate a reaction with the viewer. Perhaps exposure to a faraway land inspires a visit to a new destination or evokes memories of a past experience; a look into a child’s eyes provides a new insight into life in a foreign community; the portrayal of a fragile environment or its inhabitants helps foster conservation or humanitarian efforts.” ~ Bill Gozansky
Bill Gozansky is a freelance photographer based in south Florida. He specializes in travel, nature and fine art photography. Bill’s quest for images enables him to explore unique destinations and to interact with diverse cultures across the globe.
Bill Gozansky currently leads photographic safaris to Namibia, Kenya, Costa Rica, and Ecuador. In private or small group settings, Bill teaches field techniques of professional travel, nature, and wildlife photography in these remarkable natural areas. Bill is a Canon Professional Services member, a member of the North American Nature Photography Association and a contributing photographer to Alamy (a UK-based stock photography agency), ageFotostock (Spain-based stock photography agency), and The Academy of Natural Sciences – Visual Resources for Ornithology in Philadelphia, PA.
Bill’s award-winning images have been exhibited in galleries, published in many periodicals and books, as well as sold as fine art prints. Bill is the editor of Wildlife Photographic magazine and the author, photographer, and creator of the Images for Conservation Fund Photo Guide Series: Nature & Travel Photography App.
For more information about Bill and his work, please visit http://www.billgozansky.com/.