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Ravenscroft:
Young Travelers on the Path of Knowledge

"I was pleased before we got the early copies, now I am just ecstatic! The book is truly a work of art."

- Phil Higginson,
Assistant Head of School for Advancement

       
 
 

How to Publish
Your Own Photography Book

"An indispensable primer that takes you from your initial idea to marketing your finished book. I highly recommend this to any photographer who wants a book of their work, in other words, everyone."

- Ellen Fleurov, Executive Director,
Silver Eye Center for Photography

       
 
 

Shepherd Center
A Journey of Hope: Life Beyond Injury

The story of Shepherd Center’s 35 year history of bringing hope to patients that have suffered catastrophic injuries and debilitating physical illness.

       
 
 

Epitaphs for the Living:
Words and Images in the Time of AIDS

"An extraordinarily moving book. I hope it will touch many people."

- Susan Sontag, author of On Photography

       
 
 

Portrait of Spirit:
One Story at a Time

"What Howard sees through his lens again and again is the amazing resiliency of the human spirit."

- Christopher Reeve, actor and advocate

       
 
 

Angels & Monsters:
A Child's Eye View of Cancer

"Stunningly beautiful and thought-provoking... Sensitive, insightful, unique and thoroughly "kid-friendly." Highly recommended reading for any child [and parent] having to cope with cancer"

- Midwest Book Review, January 2003

       
 
 

Let Not the Sinuous Worm Strike Me

Images documenting The Carter Presidential Center's efforts to eradicate guinea worm disease. Published and distributed by The Carter Presidential Center.

       
 
 

Talking Peace

Carter encourages young people to work for world peace by improving human rights, civil liberties, environmental protection, and aid for the impoverished and overburdened. Cover photo by Billy Howard.

       
 
 

Atlanta:
The Right Kind of Courage

Aided by hundreds of full-color images from the area's finest photographers, Carter reveals the humanitarian heart of his adopted hometown. Cover photo by Billy Howard.