Real Estate has added, yet another, adventure to Bill's diverse career, which included designing and manufacturing his own Ayr fly fishing reels and selling them worldwide. As co-founder and Executive Vice President of sales of Timberline Colorado, Bill created innovative programs to laser photo art onto clothing, which set the stage for his next aesthetic endeavor as a visual artist. After a visit to Open Door Studios Evergreen, Bill developed his own medium, "conceptual photography," by applying the programs he had already developed and utilizing his own images merged with background elements printed on canvas and aluminum.
Bill's natural energy saw him heavily involved in sports. He learned to ski in New Jersey and loved to ski in Colorado, where he skied every winter on the Keystone and A Basin ski teams as a teen. He played Rugby in high school, college and then pursued the sport with the Denver Highlanders.
It was fated that Bill and his wife, Kelli, have lived in Evergreen for over 26 years. Kelli's family would spend a week every summer in Evergreen at the Beaver Brook Inn and, when Bill was 11 years old, his Father's job transfer from New Jersey to Colorado found the family visiting Evergreen first in their new home search, eventually settling in Littleton..
Not known for his singing ability, but for his zest and passion for Evergreen's rich music and arts history., Bill and Kelli can be found weekly at various open mic nights, attending a dog show with their Grand Champion show dog Spalding, the Evergreen Rodeo Parade, Sculpture Evergreen, Open Door Studio events or hosting barbecues on their back deck for local musicians.