Meet the CQ Roll Call Photographers

With nearly 30 years of shared visual journalism experience, CQ Roll Call’s award winning photo staff gives you a front row seat to the U.S. Congress, the Capitol Hill community and national politics. Each member of staff has an extensive background in photography and news coverage for local and national newspapers and magazines alike.

Photo Editor Bill Clark’s (@billclarkphotos) career in photojournalism began in the late 1980s, when he started as a photo researcher for US News & World Report. His first staff photographer job was at the Marietta Daily Journal. He then moved to the Augusta Chronicle in Georgia and soon became the Chief Photographer at the Daily Progress in Charlottesville, Va. He has been covering Washington, D.C. since 2000 and he has been a part of the Roll Call staff since 2006. The National Press Photographers Association, White House News Photographers Association, Virginia News Photographers Association, and Pictures of the Year International have given Bill numerous awards for his photography.

Tom Williams (@pennstatetom) has been covering Washington for Roll Call since 2000 and is also an award-winning photographer. Since he started at Roll Call, he has covered a number of major stories, including races for the White House and Senate seats, the Gulf Coast oil spill, and national party conventions. He has been interested and involved in photography since he was a teenager and he used his friends and family, especially his grandfather, as his subjects to photograph. Tom graduated from Penn State University with two B.A. degrees. His favorite photographer is Henri Cartier-Bresson and his favorite musician is Bob Dylan.

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