William Camargo is a photographer that likes to focus on documentary and fine art photography
He is currently a staff photographer at the Wednesday Journal Publications in Oak Park, IL, a past photography fellow at The Chicago Reporter in Chicago, Illinois and recently attended the 2015 New York Times Portfolio Review in New York, NY. His work consist of documenting social issues which include immigration and race through a mixture of portraiture and documentary photography.
William has traveled to Mexico and Guatemala various times to work as a foreign correspondent photojournalist, working at the border and photographing his first conflict in rural Guerrero in 2013.
He plans to self-publish a book about his hometown in Anaheim, California, about the growing Latino population that surrounds the city that houses Disneyland.
His work has appeared in several publications including Time, Business Insider, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, The Guardian, and others. William’s photographs have also been displayed in art galleries in Los Angeles County, Orange County and Chicago, including DNJ Gallery at Bergamot Station, Las Artelitas in Chicago and USC’s department of Urban Education in Los Angeles.