Bill was weaned on photographic developer. Shown is an early photo of Bill, before the age of two, sitting on the corner of the kitchen sink with his dad holding up a roll of wet, freshly developed negatives for inspection.
Bill started his photography hobby at age 7. The family business was Kellett Photo with 4 camera stores and photo studios so it wasn’t a surprise that by the age of 14 he was an apprenticing photographer under the tutelage of his father, Ron.
Bill “retired” from professional photography in 1989. His photographic hobby was reborn in 2003 with a digital point ‘n shoot.
Enjoying many photographic disciplines some of which are: abstract, architecture, macro, Lo-Fi, infrared and film.
Bill joined the Langley Camera Club in 2005 and has been on the Executive as the Promotions Chair, Vice President and since 2011 is the club President.