A highly decorated veteran of the internet advertising wars, this semi-young man has been entrenched in the world of all things digital for the past two decades. But after years of free world travel and countless dinners, he was fed up with watching agencies throw their clients' money around more liberally than a frisbee at Burning Man. Thus, he founded the tech-focused agency, Humdinger & Sons. In his former big ad shop glory days, Will was a multi-award winning digital creative director who spent the majority of his career in San Francisco, Seattle and New York at the likes of AKQA, Dolby Laboratories, OLSON, and Wexley School for Girls. His accolades include: leading the multi-award-winning rebranding for Belize (the country); co-creating Lebron James’ first Nike website, the Chamber of Fear; and leading creative advertising for several Fortune 500 companies, including Target, Capital One, and Dolby Labs.