Bill has lived in 10 states, fought in a war, spent eight years in college and graduate school; he’s been a teacher, a writer, a publisher, an advertising executive, a photographer, and a freefall skydiving instructor. His career began at The New York Times. What he really likes to do is study, research, and write. He has worked for hundreds of clients and on over 17,200 projects, not including his own essays, books, and poetry.
For him, every project is a challenge of intuition and description. Bill believes that there is a story in everything if you dig deep enough, think hard enough, and if you really want to find it.
Bill really wants to find it. His creativity and insight will speak for themselves.