Bill Davis has worked on six continents. Davis moved from Chicago to Prague to maintain a photo studio, teach, and freelance. Upon return to teach in the U.S., Davis received international and domestic grants to work in Las Vegas, the Amazon Rain Forest, Cusco Peru, Paris- IESA (Institut d’Etudes Superieures des Arts), Galicia, Spain (Torre Pujales Foundation- Costa De Morte Museum of Contemporary Art), Korea (Rotary Fellow), Vermont (Cone Editions/WMU Technology Grant), Michigan (Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo- “Autism and Visual Art”) and exhibit in Kiev (Photo Kyiv), Spain (Ra del Ray), Australia (Federal Arts Funding Body), UK (University of Leeds), and Ukraine.
Davis’ photos are in museum and private collections in the U.S. and abroad. As his work intersects with biography, sustainability, and digital culture, he has presented on these topics at in North and South America, Australia, Asia, and Europe- from Harvard to Karlovo University.