A Hungry Society
Clay Williams on Photographing Food and Co-founding Black Food Folks
Clay Williams is a Brooklyn-based photographer specializing in food, drinks and events. He photographs assignments for The New York Times, The James Beard Foundation and The Wall Street Journal. Clay is a member of the board of Slow Food NYC and with Colleen Vincent is a co-founder of Black Food Folks, a fellowship of Black professionals in food media, service, and events. His latest book, “111 Rooftops in New York That You Must Not Miss” written by Leslie Adatto comes out this month from Emons and is available for pre-order on Amazon.
Photo courtesy of Bill Wadman.
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