Portraits of the Collaborative-Self

Hayward has invented a kind of portraiture that invites his subjects to be full collaborators in
their own self-definition.  No wonder they respond with such passion. – carter ratcliff, art critic, author of
The Fate of a Gesture: Jackson Pollock and Postwar American Art.

Bill Hayward’s work is portraiture for the new century.  Timothy McDarrah, ASSP

Hayward has devised a means to finger-print the imagination with forensic exactitude.
David Cohen, artcritical

Portraits on the cutting edge.  James Kaufman, PHOTOGRAPHER’S FORUM

Bill Hayward’s portraits are about the face behind the face.  Jacqueline Micucci, SOHO STYLE