William is currently on the faculty of the Boston Arts Academy and received his BA from Cambridge College. As a professional dancer he performed with Impulse Dance Company, Concert Dance Company of Boston, Prometheus Dance Theater, Marcus Schulkind and Friends, Granite State Ballet, and Boston Dance Collective.
In addition to Boston Arts Academy, he is currently on the faculty of The Jeanette Neil Dance Studio. Past teaching experience includes the Boston Conservatory and the Walnut Hill School. He has also taught at Boston Ballet and continues to teach within the Boston Ballet’s Summer Dance Program.
As a professional, William has appeared in, and or choreographed, live/video industrials for Trak Ski's, Puma, Party Lite, EMC, and Dae Woo. He has also served as both Co-director and Artistic Director of Boston Dance Collective’s Summer Outreach Program: a four to six week intergenerational dance company that provides both jobs and arts experiences for urban youth. While at BAA, William has collaborated on student discussion workshops including Male Stereotypes in Dance: a workshop discussion confronting the different stereotypes of male dancers. As a choreographer, he has produced his own work including a solo performance, Boogie Man and his work has been chosen for the National High School Dance Festival’s gala performance. In 2008, William was awarded a SURDNA Arts Teacher Fellowship.