35mm & 120mm film street photography that focuses on documenting architecture, conservation, contemporary social problems, and striving for social justice.

My name is Bruce Quantrelle Williams. I was born in Baton Rouge, LA at 3:01PM on February 24, 1993. I am a freelance fine art street photographer. Focusing on documenting contemporary social problems is a passion of mine. After being diagnosed with general anxiety disorder and depression, photography became a hobby of release. My love of art and humanity has always been a large part of me since childhood. My parents are from New Roads and Bachelor. They moved our family to a small apartment off of Cedarcrest Lane in Baton Rouge. At age 5, we moved into the Old Jefferson neighborhood where we lived until moving to Gonzales, LA in 2006. Parkview Oaks Elementary, Glasgow Middle School, Kenilworth Middle School, Woodlawn Middle School, Gonzales Middle School, and East Ascension High School make up my primary education. Having moved to so many different schools, I was able to notice the differences and similarities in people from different communities at a young age. My higher education was started at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and Baton Rouge Community College, before dropping out. Before photography became my central focus, I spent my time working with a grassroots music event curation group called Seaux LA. In 2017, Seaux LA executive-produced Bloom Music & Arts Fest in downtown Baton Rouge. It was a cultural explosion that brought the creative community and general public of Baton Rouge together.  My photography training is mostly self-taught. Through my dedication to the craft, works of mine have been featured by The Advocate newspaper, LSU’s The Daily Reveille, and Dig Baton Rouge. From 2018-2019, The Advocate hired me as a freelance photojournalist for their Arts and Entertainment department. My photography has been exhibited in the Mayor’s Office of Sharon Weston Broome, Local Arts Light Collective, and Stella Jones Gallery-which most recently listed as one of Beyoncé’s favorite Black-owned businesses. Also, my work was exhibited by the Bluebonnet Library in Oct 2020 and presented by the Special Collections department for the Main Library at Goodwood in July 2020.35mm film and 120mm film are my mediums used in photography, and all of the film is developed by myself at home in Mid City South, Baton Rouge LA.

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Archival Film Photo Print Sizes and Prices
2021
Referral Program
2021
Portraits Packages and Rates
2021
Commercial Business Client Photo Rates
2021
NOLA Community Fridges
2021
Gnarly Barley Brewery New Lager Release
2020
Gnarly Barley Brewery's Gnarmaggedon Beer Release
2020
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2021
Cortana Mall / Kodak 400
2019
Burning Sugarcane Fields - Bueche, LA
2019
North Baton Rouge Grocery Marts Food Desert
2020
Burning Sugarcane Fields Fine Art Photo Paper Prints
2020
Grad Photos LSU Monika
2019
The Wesley’s
2019
Adam Dollar$ Advocate Article
2019
PhotoNola Connect the Dots Workshop
2019
North Baton Rouge
2019
LSU Groovin' on the Grounds '16
2019
12:12 Gemini Moon Dec '19
2019
Clark's Creek hike - MS
2019
King Gizzard Sept 2017
2019
Food Marts in Baton Rouge Food Deserts
2019
BloomFestBR18
2019
Porta 400
2019
Porta 800 / Canon AE-1
2019
Lacie & Michael Moving Away Parties
2019
Seaux LA Start of Summer
2019
Biloxi Beach
2019
Kuwisiana, Olkies, Wonder Kid
2019
Post Libra Party / Hydra Plane Album Release
2019
Seaux LA Christmas w/ Lemon Night
2019
Seaux LA Catbamboo Music Video
2019
Portrait
2019
Products
2019
Seaux LA WHM
2019
Seaux LA Costumes and Tunes
2019
Street Photography
2019
Picnic
2019
NYE 2017 Varsity
2019
Northgate / Spanish Moon
2019
NOMA
2019
Nice Dog Studio
2019
LA Snow 12/08/17
2019
Band
2019
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