Bill’s approach to design and management reflects a balance of the natural and the urban, the artistic and the commercial, the creative and the practical. He was heavily influenced by the teachings of his father, a businessman from Vermont, and his mother, an artist from Montreal.
Today, Bill is a nationally recognized design leader in the life sciences industry and at the forefront a trend known as “convergence.” That’s when traditionally distinct design typologies overlap, blend, and blur. It’s no surprise that he’s just as comfortable leading the design of a science laboratory as he is a workplace, a healthcare environment, or a place for higher learning.
Bill loves to surround himself with adventurous thinkers. As both a Managing Director and a design practitioner, he’s always seeking out ways to bring people from different disciplines together. His motto? “Make it work, and make it inspire.”