Bill is an an artist, curator and web programmer. His work addresses issues of human interaction with the technological world: the choices we make and the prices we pay. He tends to create machines and large scale installations. His work has been shown in numerous venues, among them the Kitchen in New York, Boston’s Computer Museum, the List Center for Visual Arts at MIT, the Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston, The Boston Center for the Arts, Art Interactive, and First Night Boston. He is co-inventor of the Virtual Reality Chair, for which he holds a patent. He attended the Studio for Interrelated Media at the Massachusetts College of Art. He lives in Boston where he opportunistically employs robotics, video and other technologies in ways they were never intended to be used. Bill has been involved with COLLISIONcollective since 2003 and currently serves as its director.