Bill is a well-traveled wildlife photo-journalist who spends much of his time focusing on nature conservation for art and education. As a divemaster specialising in marine biology on Wake Island in Guam, he captured images of one of the most pristine reefs in the world. He noticed that even these unexplored areas could experience significant coral bleaching within a short year. These observations motivated him to work with restoration and conservation efforts, where he helped remove invasive species to allow the indigenous species of the island to thrive and return to their natural ecosystems. With over 2,500+ logged scuba dives and even more from freediving, he continues encouraging others to join his journey for marine and wildlife conservation.