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     William holds an MFA  in Costume Technology From the Pennsylvania State University.  He earned his BS in Landscape Design (and a second major in theatre) from The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN. He has worked as crafts artisan for the Great River Shakespeare Festival, Clarence Brown Theatre, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, and Utah Shakespeare Festival, and has worked briefly with Mio Design in NYC as both intern and draper. He is currently working as Wardrobe Supervisor for the Utah Shakespeare Festival and will be joining Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, RI, in September as their new Cutter/Draper. 

     William is the 2020 recipient of USITT's Barbara Matera Award for Costume Making as well as the Bernhard R. Works Master Crafts award. He currently has work on display at the southern Utah Museum of Art and will be featured in the upcoming NYC exhibit: "The Big Squeeze: The Corset as Art." 

     Most recently he draped for Opera Columbus' Production of La Boheme, and was a milliner for USF's 2021 season, producing pieces for their productions of Ragtime, Comedy of Errors, and Pericles

     He enjoys all things nature, and is hoping to be the happy parent of a Maine coon cat in the very near future!.