Bill teaches undergraduate coursework in Thesis, Logo Identity, Production, Computer Imaging, and various Interactive Development concepts with an emphasis on design and function. In addition, Bill manages the computer operations for the Graphic Design Program and continues to research technology advancements within the Graphic Design industry, and is the advisor to the Graphic Design Senior Show. Bill is the principal designer of a+b studios, his independent design firm. Bill has created logos, brochures, pamphlets, invitations, web pages and environmental design for clients that include; The Philadelphia School, Society of Hospital Medicine, The Wistar Institute, Small Business News, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Castrol Heavy Duty Lubricants, Inc., National Park Service, New York State Office of General Services, City of Tampa, Florida, University of Pennsylvania, Haverford College, Drexel University, Germantown Academy, Garden Homes Development and The Philadelphia Zoo. a+b studios has won professional awards from Philly Gold, the AAA Museum Publications and the American Association for State and Local History, GDUSA American In-house Design Award, GDUSA American Graphic Design Award, and SEGD. Bill is a graduate of the Drexel Graphic Design program, and has been an instructor in the program since 1997.