Boston based with extensive experience as both a commercial photographer and as a photography educator, Bill feels fortunate to have chosen photography as his career. For almost as long as he can remember, he has been involved with photography and decided to make it his profession while he was a high school student.
Bill has worked for a wide variety of clients including those that are world renowned and those starting new businesses. They include designers, advertisers, and marketing firms. His interest in documentary photography has lead to work in the field of historic conservation and preservation, as well as work with museums, conservators and art dealers. Bill’s fine arts training is a tremendous asset when working with new or established artists. As a long time photography educator, he uses his enthusiasm for photography and its processes to influence and motivate students.
Bill thinks it is all about the relationships and challenges that the photo process presents. For him, it is getting the best images possible. Whether working with new or long term clients, he is always looking forward to the next project.
Holding an MFA in photography from the University of Kansas School of Design and a BFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art, Bill teaches at Mount Ida College in Newton, MA and maintains a studio at the Brickbottom Artists’ Building in Somerville, MA.