"Williams works magic," Newsweek
As founder of TRAPDOOR MEDIA, David is a copywriter, content writer, graphic design artist, and graphic recorder (having done work for companies such as ATT, McKesson, EDUCAUSE, Carlton Cards, Random House, PBS, Soultrader of London, Boulderlamp, and others). David also worked for a number of years for The Chronicle of Higher Education out of DC as a cartoonist, as well as for magazines and newspapers, such as Barons. David has experience in UX Writing, branding, marketing, digital and print media, websites, printed material, news releases, blog posts, PowerPoints, and scripts. He is a master at taking complicated information and translating it into prose that is comprehensible to a general audience.
David Williams holds a Ph.D. in English but is also a published researcher and science writer in the field of Neurohumanities (The Trickster Brain), combining information from Neuroscience, Evolutionary Psychology, and Cognitive Narrative theory to understand how and why we humans create stories and other forms of art. He is a former professor of Environmental and Science Writing and Literature at CU and other universities.
CREATIVE WRITER, VISUAL ARTIST, CARTOONIST, SONGWRITER, CREATOR, EDUCATOR, SCIENCE WRITER, ENVIRONMENTAL WRITER
"In writing and education, the lessons from neuroscience, on HOW the brain actually works, should be our guiding principle--not age old traditions that have failed." DW
WRITER, ARTIST, COMPOSER
100 million hits on YouTube, awards in music from National Endowment for the Arts, Illinois & Iowa Arts Councils, & American Library Association. Click on ANIMALS BELOW to link to music videos, national reviews, and songs. Go to this link to learn how the Rhino Song became a hit in South Africa: https://davidwilliamsanimals.wordpress.com/the-amazing-rhino-story/
EMMY WINNING SONGWRITER from PBS
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WRITING, PhD, INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN, ONLINE EDUCATION
15 years teaching and developing online courses, best practices, Environmental Writing, Neurohumanities, Blues, Literature, and more.