Bill teaches design studios at all levels in the architecture and environmental design programs, with special concern for the emerging manners of contemporary urban social practice and the ways in which materials and space impact the experience of the built world. He maintains a private practice engaged in an array of projects from strategic urban planning studies, to residential and retail design, cemeteries, set design, and public art installations.
His accomplishments includes large artworks for many Canadian cities, and urban infrastructures, public spaces, and cemeteries in Western Canada, the US, Europe and Asia. Along with Stephanie Robb, Bill represented Canada in the 2006 Venice Biennale of Architecture with a witty critique of leisure culture and recycling called SweaterLodge.
B.Arch, University of British Columbia
BFA, University of Victoria
BA, University of Victoria