In 1985 Will began to carve. Initially, he hoped merely to pay a few tuition bills with whatever he could earn from his art but within a few weeks his designs began to sell as quickly as he could produce them.
The first year law student would study by day and carve by night. Three years later, Will completed law school and passed the Vermont bar exam. For the next ten years, Will maintained a volunteer law practice while supporting his family with his art.
Through the years, Will has sold his work to numerous galleries and collectors around the world. His art has been displayed in multiple museums and galleries. He has been chosen by Early American Homes magazine for its annual Directory of America’s Best Traditional Craftsmen, and is a juried member of american-artists