"As my own relationship with the natural world has deepened, I have found myself moving away from the strictly representational to something more transcendent. Using light and simplicity of form there seems to be a natural movement from the literal to interpretive. The process may involve using handmade papers, alternative lenses, pigmented inks, digital technology and sometimes even the imperfections of the world of digital in crafting images that seek to pull back the surface layer to a more visceral experience of the image."
Bill has studied the art and technique of photography with many teachers from New York, Maine, Florida and Vermont. He has recently been represented at the Southern Vermont Art Center, the Spiral Press Cafe, North Adams Regional Hospital and the Eclipse Mill Gallery. In additon Bill has been commissioned for CD covers, website photos, magazine articles, etc. Recently one of Bill's photos was featured as the cover photo for the Art Map of Burlington Magazine. His work is also in multiple private collections.