“I have been taking photographs for over 55 years. My work can be found in many museum collections. My latest book “Through a Soldier’s Lens”,contains photographs taken in Europe from 1954- 1956 while I was a photographer in theUS Army However at 84, I still consider myself an emerging photographer.”
Bill Perlmutter was born in New York on September 5, 1932. He began his career with a Bachelor of Arts in Motion Picture Techniques from the City College Film Institute in New York. In 1954 after graduating from the United States Army Photography School, he spend two years in Europe as a staff photographer for the U.S. Army newspapers based in West Germany. Since then he traveled extensively all around the world as a free-lance photographer. From 1978-1997 he worked as the Vice President of Rainbow Chromes, a company specializing in photographic and digital retouching.