Bill Hughes


Bill Hughes was introduced to photography at the age of eight when he learned to mix chemicals and develop film in his father’s photography portrait studio in Lumberton, North Carolina observing his father who also worked for the Associated Press as a photographer. After high school graduation, he traveled as a musician in the US Navy Band throughout the Far East. He attended the University of Oregon and University of Michigan and earned a BA in Music Education at Westfield State University. Later he worked in a variety of jobs including a New York City taxi driver; a musician in off-off Broadway theater; and in Almeria, Spain in 1969 as a movie extra for “spaghetti westerns.”

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