William Boling studied drawing and painting at Georgia Highland College, Georgia State University and at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Rennes, France. For 25 years, he has practiced law while maintaining an active engagement with poetry and visual arts. He is currently a partner in the Atlanta, GA based law firm of Powell Goldstein, LLP and serves on the adjunct faculty at the University of Georgia, School of Law, where he lectures on health care law and policy. Boling’s small Fall Line Arts Press has published works such as Moving Gone Dancing the poetry collection of Mildred White Greear. Boling’s press also serves as the imprint for some of his own art and photographic work, including, Photographs from O’Connor Country, Peel, Because They Come That Way, and other short-run and artist’s books. These and other photographic works are included in private and public art, library and special collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Emory University, Bard College and the Window Gallery at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. His work 52 was chosen to be part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography’s 11th Annual Public Art Project, Gifted, which was organized and curated by Beth Lilly.