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BILL GREENE

Click below to view Bill Greene's portfolio Bill Greene's portfolio includes this image of two of Sudan's "Lost Boys" enjoying their first snowfall in Oxford, MA.

Photographs and multimedia projects

Healing waters: On a Maine river, veterans find tranquil relief. Video by Bill Greene/Globe Staff
VIDEO
Healing waters
On a Maine river, veterans find tranquil relief.
Globe file photo
vIDEO
Chappaquiddick: unanswered questions
Remembering the night in 1969.
Bill Greene/Globe Staff
audio Slideshow
Harvest break
School's out in Maine so kids can pick potatoes.
Cuttyhunk's exodus
Audio Slideshow
Cuttyhunk's exodus
When the tourists go home.
Bill Greene/Globe Staff
full-screen gallery
New England fishing crisis
The industry remains locked in depression, threatening collapse.
Sheila McKenna still plays basketball at age 69. Video by Bill Greene. Story by Stan Grossfeld.
VIDEO
Still in the game
Sheila McKenna, 69, won't let the game of basketball pass her by.
Andrew's season
Video
Andrew's season
Andrew Lawson is a varsity basketball player with Down Syndrome.
Bill Greene/Boston Globe
Multimedia
Returning vets struggle
The journey home from Iraq for one Marine battalion.
Two of a kind
Video
Two of a kind
Red Sox fans on the meaning of Opening Day.
Doris McKnight, 86, votes for the first time in 20 years.
video
My one vote
Doris McKnight, 86, votes for the first time in 20 years.
Bill Greene/Globe Staff
vIDEO
The legend of
Dixville Notch
NH residents get noticed by voting at midnight.
Bill Greene/Globe Staff
Full-screen gallery
The deer hunters
The annual deer hunt is a bonding ritual for men and a rite of passage for boys.
Bill Greene/Boston Globe
VIDEO
One extra day
Leap day inspires reflections on time.
Bill Greene/Globe Staff
Full-screen gallery
Selling the farm
It was just one more Vermont dairy farm that couldn't make a go of it. But it was theirs.
Humphrey's McGee video by Bill Greene
VIDEO
Text, umph, and rock 'n' roll
Rock band Umphrey's McGee experiments with fan interactivity.
Audio slideshow from Haiti by Bill Greene and Maria Sacchetti.Haiti: "We felt abandoned"
Earthquake leaves Haitians desperate for care. By Bill Greene and Maria Sacchetti.
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Biography
Bill Greene has been a staff photographer with the Boston Globe since 1985. His awards include being honored twice as Photographer of the Year in the annual Pictures of the Year competition for portfolios shot in 1987 and 1998. He is an eleven-time winner of the Photographer of the Year award from the Boston Press Photographers Association. Other honors include the Robert F. Kennedy International Photojournalism Award for his story on the Lost Boys of Sudan, as well as a first place in the World Press competition for his coverage of the Mississippi River flooding in 1993.
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