William James has over fifteen years of multimedia design, programming expertise and business experience. His body of artistic work includes a series of interactive, computer-driven, multimedia installations which have been exhibited in art galleries across Canada. His 1986 installation for Guerrilla Tactics included real-time integration of user input, consumer behavior and electronic commerce, foreshadowing the internet's biggest trends by almost a decade.
Mr. James is also a playwright and lyricist. His musical comedy, titled Control Alt Delete: How To Restart Your Life Even If It's Totally Crashed, premiered at Toronto's Poor Alex Theatre in 1999. Online excerpts from the play including flash animations, MP3 music files, and photos from the original production, are available at http://www.controlaltdelete.net. He has also written numerous articles on design and technology which have appeared in trade and industry publications. He went on to co-found The James Gang Advertising Inc. He has led the company into the multimedia and interactive arena, winning numerous awards for design, creativity and programming along the way.