Karen T. Bartlett is an award-winning professional photojournalist whose travel articles and photography appear regularly in magazines, travel guides, newspapers and books throughout North America and the Caribbean. Karen lives in Naples, where she is a contributing editor of Gulfshore Life magazine. Her bylines and photography have appeared consistently in the region's leading magazines for the past decade. Her credentials also include the Toronto Star, Caribbean Travel & Life magazine, N, The Magazine of Naples and the book The Best Florida Getaways. Karen was the photographer and author of Twin Lights Publishers 2007 title, Naples, Florida: A Photographic Portrait and has written several narratives for additional titles in the Photographic Portraits series.
After receiving an M.F.A. in the history of photography from Princeton University's Department of Art and Archaeology in 1982, William Taylor would become founder and president of Taylor Photographics, Inc. For more than two decades he has been acclaimed for his photography while working with world-renowned architects such as Michael Graves, Philip Johnson, Frank Gehry, Robert Venturi, and Robert Stern. He has also photographed for many Fortune 500 companies and he regularly works with prominent advertising agencies in New York City. His photography has won hundreds of awards for builders, architects and ad agencies. And his images often grace the pages of the New York Times and of architectural journals. A resident of both, New York City and Princeton, New Jersey, Mr. Taylor has created an impressive collection of stock photography that includes images of his travels to India, Nepal, Patagonia, Peru, Central America,Iceland, Hawaii, and the American Southwest. Exhibits of his work include New Jersey: Industrial Landscapes and In Focus: India and Nepal.