A pioneer in color photography, William Albert Allard has contributed to National Geographic Magazine as a writer and photographer for 50 years. Author of six highly acclaimed books, his first, Vanishing Breed: Photographs of the Cowboy and the West, he received the National Cowboy Hall of Fame Wrangler Western Heritage Award for Best Western Art Book, the Leica Medal for Outstanding Achievement and was nominated for The American Book Award. His latest book, WILLIAM ALBERT ALLARD: Five Decades, is a retrospective and memoir that explores his long career in both words and pictures.
Allard’s most recent photographic contribution to National Geographic Magazine is “Love And Loss on the Seine” in the May, 2014 issue, a short essay on the river that winds its way through central Paris, continuing to inspire artists and lovers as it has for centuries.
Photo by: Joe McNally
As of May 31, 2014