Multi faceted, Bill Doggett is an award honored American Constructivist painter-photographer active since 1978
influenced by Russian Constructivist Art, Photography, Film and the cinematography of the iconic 1950s-60s Italian film maker, Michelangelo Antonioni whose brilliance is captured by the great
Italian cinematographer, Gianni Di Venanzo.
Equally prominent as influences are Surrealist painters, Rene Magritte and Giorgio De Chirico and German Expressionist film maker Robert Wiene and cinematographer, Willy Hameister [Das Kabinet des Caligari]
The expressive use of line, color, visual space , disorientation in composition, cinematographic tableau, mise en scene & montage are themes consistent throughout my work which reference a uniquely blended mix of film, photography and modern art.