Bill Guy

Bill was born and attended primary and secondary school in Utica, New York. After graduating from John F. Kennedy High School, he continued his education at the State University Agricultural and Technical College at Farmingdale.

After achieving a degree in Photographic Science and Technology, Bill started work at Eastman Kodak Company.

Since he had been introduced to Electronics in the course of his college work, he discovered that his interest and aptitude directed him to continue his education in this area. He achieved an Electronics Technoliogy degree at Monroe Community College and a BS in Electrical Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology.

In the continuing education and employment experiences, Bill found his career strengths in Computer and Software Engineering. He pursued an advanced degree in Computer Science at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Bill's interest in photography started at a young age. The first pictures that he captured, processed and printed were from the New York World's Fair of 1964, at the age of 9.

He worked on the high school newpaper as a photographer, and contributed to "The Torch," the John F. Kennedy High School Yearbook.

Even though his career opportunities were centered on Electronics and Computer Systems Engineering, he continued to practice his photography skills thoughout his personal life, and across his large extended family.

Recently, he has ventured into re-establishing his Photographic career.