Will is currently the Gallery Operations Administrator at Martin Lawrence Galleries in Boston. Having also worked at the Porter Mill Gallery and Studios as the Gallery Director for a few years, as well as working with Alumni on various projects like the Beverly and Boston Comic Con. He has a range of experience working with a number of different clients include the Peabody Essex Museum Group, the independent video game company Lunch Time Studios, and the board game developer Champions of Hara.
A hard worker and skilled artist who explores many of his favorite subjects including science fiction, fantasy, and the weird.
Andrew Houle. I was born in Massachusetts and then after kindergarten promptly thrust all over the world with a parent in the Air Force. My early childhood years were spent in Weisbaden, Germany where I saw just about all of Europe with eager eyes that were not quite ready to appreciate what was in front of me. From learning to ski on the Swiss Alps to visiting the Berlin Wall, I knew my childhood was just different for lack of a better word. Living ‘off-base’ it was somewhat natural to feel isolated from the neighbors, the language barrier left me drawing cartoons and reading Hardy Boy mysteries most nights. Once our stationed time in Germany expired, it was then off to St. Louis, Missouri, where I would purchase my first comic book in the summer of 1989 at the age of 11. It was a “giant-sized spectacular” issue of the Silver Surfer featuring page after page of interstellar action illustrated by Ron Lim. After that moment, the imagination of a displaced New Englander found common ground in the stories, magic and wonder of comic books.