Bill started his art career as a designer of displays and outdoor props for Tupperware international in relation to their "Jubilees" (sales and marketing conventions). After graduation from Florida State University with a degree in Fine Art, Graphic Arts, and Art Edu. he returned to Tupperware.
After a short time, he was asked to be the head of the graphics dept. of the Florida Department of Agriculture overseeing the graphics design of around 600 publications as well as designing displays for the department. From there he went to the director of advertising and sales promotion for a retail firm working in fashion illustration, TV, radio and outdoor advertising.
During this time Bill never left his roots in fine art and freelanced doing private art for clients and commissions. He was also the director of the prestigious "Lemoyne Art Foundation" in Tallahassee, FL After starting several successful business's startups and sales and a career in Hot Air Ballooning, Bill has returned to his roots in Fine Art and is most concerned with "Subject Matter" and "coloration" of his work.