William Campbell is an independent producer, videographer, photojournalist based in Livingston, Montana. Bill began his journalistic career in Africa as a communications officer, photographer and filmmaker with the UNICEF based in Nairobi in the mid-1970’s. By the late seventies he was a staff photographer and reporter with United Press International, based in Brussels and in Nairobi covering Africa and the Middle East. In 1982 he joined Time Magazine as a contract staff photographer. Attached to the Time bureaus in Nairobi and Johannesburg, he documented conflict and social issues across Africa and the Middle East. Since returning to the United States in 1989, Campbell has focused on the dilemmas of poverty, racism, environmental issues and health care in America and Africa. While in Rwanda for NOW on PBS Campbell met Dr.Jean Bosco in Rwinkwavu. In 2017 Campbell returned to Rwanda to assist the Ubuntu Center for Peace with a video about the Community Based Social Healing project. His current projects include documenting environmental and social issues in the US and abroad.