Bill’s voice has been described as “unblemished and full of wide-eyed awe and innocence.” His songs have been described as “quiet grooves, haunted musings, and joyous, danceable pop, wrapped in orchestral arrangements.” New wave, electronica, and folk influences filter through his songs creating a sharp yet dreamy indie-pop sound. His sophomore release, Architect, is a quest to find humanity and happiness in a fast paced media soaked world. Ambient synth, clean acoustic guitar, rich vocal harmonies and simply personal lyrics make Architect an unforgettable pop experience. He released his critically acclaimed solo debut And So Here… in 2003. Bill is a founding member of the indie-rock quartet Cold Son and the acousticide folk duo The Booklets. He studied music at the Performing Arts High School and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He is a member of ASCAP and OUTMUSIC and has performed extensively throughout the Northeastern US including off-Broadway. When Bill isn't touring or recording he's directing or designing sound for live theatre.