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About William Martin
William Martin is an artist and creative technologist with 16 years experience working in the field of interactive marketing. A multi-faceted talent, he has held lead roles in creative and technical disciplines. He has worked as a Creative Director, an Illustrator for a wide variety of clients, senior developer for leading agencies, and adjunct faculty member. In each role Mr. Martin is known as a creative problem solver, effective communicator and someone who brings his assignments to life on time. He is passionate about art and about finding elegant solutions to problems.

Creative Vision
His illustration work has been featured on the cover New Jersey Good Life, in articles in the Star Ledger, New York Living, Parsippany Magazine and on MasterCard's as a priceless art pick. His design and illustrations have also been featured on album covers, tour books, posters, first day cover prints, and in exhibitions for the U.S. Post Office in Montclair,
New Jersey where he curated and exhibited in a stamp show for their jazz festival.

Technical Expertise
While at The Turnaround Team in Westfield, New Jersey, he worked in both Creative and Technical lead roles for clients such as IBM ChemSystems, Reed Elsivier’s ChemExpo, Schering Plough Animal Health, Pathmark and Disney ABC Radio. As a Senior Developer at the HealthEd Group he was responsible for architecting and executing solutions for the company’s clients. In a similar role at MRM Worldwide he worked on accounts such as Wendy’s, Maybelline, MasterCard, Kohls, Bertolli, Intel and ExxonMobil.

Recognized in the industry
As a developer he has worked on many projects recognized by the industry. At MRM WorldWide he was one of the team whose work on MasterCard's helped place the site as a finalist for the Horizon Interactive Gold Award, Cannes and to receive the Gold Mixx award for “Brand Destination Site".

His work on the “From Ellis Island to Orchard Street with Victoria Confino” game for Interaction and Visual designer Ariel Newland and Producer Jeff Tancil of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum helped the game win one of five finalist spots in the Educational Resource division of the 2009 SXSW Web Awards.

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