Bill Clark has been a staff photographer with Roll Call since 2006 and has been covering Washington since 2000. His career in photojournalism began in 1987 as a photo researcher for US News & World Report soon after graduating from the University of Maryland
Żwith a degree in Government and Politics.
His first daily newspaper staff photographer position was at the Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal in the mid-90s, where he covered the rise of local Rep. Newt Gingrich to Speaker of the House. Bill also served as a staff
Żphotographer for the Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle and chief photographer for the Daily Progress in Charlottesville, Va., before moving back to Washington for a stint as contributing photographer for Roll Call in 2000.
He went on to shoot for the UPI, Scripps Howard News Service and Gannett News Service bureaus in Washington before returning to Roll Call in 2006. Bill has received numerous awards for his photography from the Virginia News Photographers Association, National Press Photographers Association, White House News Photographers Association and Pictures of the Year International.