A fine artist and designer currently living on Earth


Birth, MICA & Disney

Bil Chamberlin was born in Princeton, NJ, in 1967. He works predominantly in the medium of painting acrylics, oils, mixed media and digital. He studied General Fine Arts at MICA, Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. During his senior year, Bil interned at Walt Disney Feature Animation. 

Teaching, Museum Show

After graduating in 1991, Bil taught drawing at Princeton Community center and created theatre sets for Princeton University. Continuing to work independently on his art, Bill was then chosen by Bernarda Bryson Shaun to be in the Trenton State Museum Show, “Artists Pick Artists” in 1993.

Sketchbooks, Murals, Digital Explosion

Moving to Providence to create hand crafted sketchbooks for retail outlets allowed Bil to continue traveling the country searching for his voice. Bil spent the next couple years painting murals and selling paintings to independent collectors while developing a talent for the coming digital explosion.

Design, Curiosity, The Universe

While design has been the primary focus of Bil’s life until the present day, he has never held back his desire for exploration. Everyday filled by a pure curiosity, filling hundreds of sketchbook pages and canvases with observations of the universe around him.

Verizon, Samsung, Time Warner, IBM

After 20 years in the digital industry my perspective as a fine artist and a digital designer, is fine tuned to create unique solutions from concept to completion. The select materials in my book reflects my dedication to innovative, responsive web and product design solutions and design systems for clients such as Verizon FiOS, Samsung, Colgate Time Warner and IBM. I have been a lead creative in the creation of a design system for IBM, an Adweek award for digital campaign of the day and much more. I have a deep passion for typography, branding, and motion design and designOps. I am eager to use my experience to help lead designers and devs to create rich digital innovations.