William Joseph Radford is a fine art photographer renowned for finding beauty in challenging subjects. His controversial work is designed to provoke reactions and thought. Each of his photographs possesses significant aesthetic value and often carries hidden meanings, prompting viewers to reflect on what they are really seeing.

Recurring themes in Radford’s work include condoms, crucifixes, and cigarettes. He frequently uses strong signs and symbols to engage with these topics, making his work bold and visually striking. Radford employs bright and vibrant colors to attract viewers, only to unsettle them by the juxtaposition of such appealing tones with provocative subjects.