Photography and Design by Michael R. Bova
The short answer: Because photography is about more than the name of the person holding the camera.
The name Wider Perspective came out of a desire to see the world from a different perspective. Photography should tell a story; not just a story of the scene captured, but, a story of the photographer as well. A single image should be able to translate not only what the photographer was seeing, but also how they were feeling and what they were thinking. With this belief, a camera, and a wide angled lens, Wider Perspective was born.