Bill Brown is an artist and photo retoucher in Dallas, Texas. He has been an avid enthusiast photographing Dallas and other subjects since 1979. Numerous of his photographs were chosen for exhibits at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. He was featured in 1982 by the Dallas Times Herald and again in 2010 by the Dallas Morning News for his decades of photographing the Dallas skyline with the Trinity River. In 2015 he retouched 26 legacy silver gelatin prints for the exhibit “Return of the Cowboy”, a collaborative effort of photographers Bank and John Langmore. He has also received awards for his original colored pencil portraits. Bill currently works as a digital darkroom and photo restoration specialist, doing work ranging from Phase One files to restoring original historic photographs. He feels honored when he can retouch or restore part of a family’s photographic legacy.