Bill began his focus on covering the world of food on "Midday" with a series of restaurant round-tables where guests had lunch on live TV while being interviewed. Bill is credited with inventing the notion of interviewing people and eating at the same time. Bill has interviewed many of the world's leading chefs and restaurateurs.
Bill is an accomplished and widely-read travel writer/ photographer as well as television correspondent on travel. He has written for "The New York Times," "Travel and Leisure." "Black Tie International," "Travel International," "The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences," London Hotel,
and more. His travel reports on television have aired on Food Network, FOX-TV, WNBC TV, and CNBC, and
his subjects have included traveling on the Orient Express; luxuriating at Jade Mountain, in St. Lucia; the Alvear Palace Hotel in Buenos Aires; and "Twenty-four hours in the life of Le Cirque," New York City.
In addition to his work covering chefs and restaurants. Bill is a certified "Master Wine Taster." He has been traveling the world as a speaker for Crystal Cruises for the past ten years.