William (Bill) Comstock is an American filmmaker and photographer whose work captures queer culture in a variety of forms. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Comstock studied film and television at Tisch School of the Arts. After graduating, he and Karel van Aggelen produced a weekly television series on Manhattan Cable TV titled Channel 69, documenting drag and burlesque performances at The Pyramid Club, from 1990-1992. Around this time, Comstock became interested in bodybuilding, which has been the subject of his later films, television programming, and photography. Some of Channel 69 played at The Kitchen in 1993 as part of SPEW/New York. For more information visit http://billcomstock.net/.