A graduate student of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and an alumnus of Full Sail University, William’s interest in writing and editing started at the very beginning of his college career with personal literary entries and developed further through various writing commissions and professional advisements. He has been instructed with an emphasis on the importance of research and careful considerations to interpret archetypes and psychological profiles. Through edits and continuous rewrites, he has developed strategies to sharpen context, and, by analyzing content, to objectively critique projects, and resolve structural problems encountered during the creative writing process. He continues to sharpen and perfect his craft with the practice of editing technical and professional documents, including copyedits as well as substantive edits. Having a strong interest in a career that merges technical expertise with effective communication, William strives to construct technical information for a variety of audiences; other interests include performing arts and his credits list various theatrical productions, television/commercial/film, and independent projects.
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