Angela Williams b.1941 started her career as a freelancer in the 1960s. Aged twenty-one, she was introduced to the eminent fashion photographer Norman Parkinson. Williams soon became his personal assistant, resulting in a close working relationship and creative collaboration that continued throughout her subsequent career. She worked with Jeremy Banks on the Observer New Supplement, The Sun Paper and Woman’s Mirror, to name a few.
Williams has amassed an impressive collection of portraits spanning the duration of her career. Subjects of particular note include Paul Newman, Audrey Hepburn and Jane Fonda. Williams continues to run the Angela Williams Archive – a collection of Parkinson’s vintage prints, dating from 1950-64, as well as her own work.