A transplanted yankee in the Pacific Northwest, Bill Morse has been drawing since he has been able to walk, loving it as a way to make his imagination a reality.
A graduate of Rhode Island College, he has spent his career as an illustrator, graphic artist, and cartoonist. He has been balancing his career between contracting for such companies as Boeing and Microsoft and his freelance business, W.P. Morse: Cartoons and Illustrations as well as working his online comic strip, Rhapsodies.
An active Guild member since 2004, Bill, served for several years as the Secretary for the Seattle Chapter before deciding to give the National stage a try.
In his spare time he enjoys, biking, long hikes in the woods, movies and reading.
May 16, 2018
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