Bill Lebovich has a BA from Brandeis University in anthropology. He has a Masters and an ABD from Boston University in American History and Architectural History. He came to Washington to work for the National Park Service as an architectural historian in the National Register of Historic Places and the Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record for 15 years. While at the Park Service he did two exhibits and a book on America’s City Halls.
Since leaving NPS, he has worked as an independent architectural historian and architectural photographer with assignments in California, Massachusetts, New York City, and the middle Atlantic States.
Lebovich has written and photographed a book on accessible design. He has taught part time at George Washington University and has been a tour guide. He wrote the chapter on architectural photography for Recording Historic Structures, the manual published by the National Trust for Historic Preservation of the Secretary the Interior’s standards for documenting.