American Homeplace

A documentary project revealing the Mississippi of Today set against the backdrop of the 1970’s.

Hill Center Solo Artists Show

09/17/17

26 Mississippi photographs from 1972-75 amd 2013-2016 Read more

Museum After Hours, Mississippi Museum of Art

01/13/15

If you're near Jackson on January 29th come over to the Museum of Art. It should be great fun. It's a wonderful space for a fête. Bill's painting is in the Read more

The photographs exhibited at Old Alabama Town

11/01/14

From mid November through the holidays the photography show was exhibited at Old Alabama Town the 19th Century Village museum in Montgomery. Folks seemed to like it. http://www.oldalabamatown.com/ Read more

A surprise at my Brown Bag in Como, Miss

10/12/14

On October 12th it was "Saturday by the Tracks" in Como, Mississippi. I went down to give a 'Brown Bag" at the photography show at the Library. During the Q&A a lady in the audience asked me, "Where did you get my picture?" It was Nettie Turner, Othar's youngest daughter. Forty years ago I photographed Nettie and her niece Alameda. Othar Turner was a farmer and fife player in the "Gravel Springs Fife & Drum band. He was in "Homeplace'. His music was used by Martin Scorsese in "Gangs of New York". Read more

The Southern Register

09/08/14

The Southern Register gave Homeplace a nice write up in the Summer edition.. Read more

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