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Photographer's Group Network Shows Us the World in Photos

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Photographer's Group Network (PGN), is a web-based network of skilled photographers and travel writers that captures events of life through pictures and video. PGN's photographers travel abroad in search of difference cultures for their stock photos.
I had the pleasure to sit down and ask the founder of PGN - Patrick, some questions recently for an exclusive interview. The following is that informative discussion.

Hollywood Sentinel: Who are you?

Patrick Williams: My name is Patrick Williams with Photo Group Network.

Hollywood Sentinel: What do you do?

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Patrick Williams:I am a photo travel writer and photographer.

With your company PGN, you provide photography and writing about travel. How is PGN different from other companies who may do this?

Patrick Williams:With PGN, pros and amateurs work together in their respective fields of specialty. Individual interest and skill levels are augmented through networking with others who have similar interests to provide a more diverse photo bank.

Hollywood Sentinel: When did you start doing this- photography and travel writing?

Patrick Williams:I started in 1982.

Hollywood Sentinel: Where did you learn how to do this?

Patrick Williams:I engaged in the study of photography and creative writing at California College of Arts in Oakland California.

Hollywood Sentinel: Why did you begin doing this?

Patrick Williams:The cities and people of Europe and Asia is a fascination, and I love capturing it all on camera. Also, I enjoy writing about my travels.

Hollywood Sentinel: Who are your three biggest inspirations, and why?

Patrick Williams:Gordon Parks, a master of the camera, and his works were inspiring. Also, Fredrick Douglas, a gifted and courageous humanitarian, and Martin Luther King Jr. His courage in promoting human welfare and social reform was a divine influence.

Hollywood Sentinel: How should someone start out who wants to do what you do?

Patrick Williams:Study the arts of photography and creative writing.

Hollywood Sentinel: What is your advice to someone who wants to follow their dreams, but are told they should not or can't succeed?

Patrick Williams:Follow your dreams and ignore the opinion of others.

Hollywood Sentinel: What actors or films have most inspired you and why?

Patrick Williams:Gary Cooper was one of my favorite actors, and his movies were captivating. Kirk Douglas and Denzel Washington were also very motivational.

Hollywood Sentinel: What singers and performers have most inspired you and why?

Patrick Williams:Otis Redding, Gladys Knight, and Ray Charles. These great singers use story telling in song, were exciting, and motivating.

Hollywood Sentinel: How do you want to be remembered?

Patrick Williams:By my artistic works.

Hollywood Sentinel: Please tell us anything else you want the world to know about you including how people should contact you.

Patrick Williams at: www.Photogroupnetwork.com

Telephone: 850-385-7140

This story is 2013, The Hollywood Sentinel, all rights reserved. The office of Bruce Edwin, The Hollywood Sentinel, Patrick Williams, and Photo Group Network do not endorse any advertising that may appear on this page or in connection with this story.

Bruce Edwin is editor of The Hollywood Sentinel and President of Starpower Management, the celebrity model and talent firm. Contact Bruce at TheHollywoodSentinel.com. Read more stories by Bruce Edwin.

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