ABOUT BILL WEBER Bill is an award-winning artist, writer, and inventor who is committed to whole, healthy, and happy families in a world of peace. He was privileged to be mentored by Marvin Hamlisch, Shari Lewis, John Burstein (aka Slim Goodbody), and Bill Gile. Bill has designed for Broadway, film, television, and stage. He is the author of three children's books and holds a patent for a food service packaging product. Bill’s corporate clients have included Nickelodeon, the LA Dodgers, the Las Vegas Raiders, Welch’s and General Electric.
After studying art and architecture at Parsons School of Design, he began his career in publishing, rising to become the publisher of magazines in the parenting, entertainment and advertising industries. Bill is the former president of the American Academy of Children's Entertainment and has held leadership roles in the L.A. Children's Media Association, the L.A. Guild of Puppetry, and Screenwriters and Actors of Hollywood. He resides in New York City.
Contact information Cell phone: 917-679-7582 Email: email@example.com
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Award-winning projects have this symbol on the page. Full listings and explanations of awards are on the Bill Weber Studios website.
On the cover: Bill Weber up to something at the age of four.
The Children’s Entertainment Hall of Fame® is a plan for a broadcast special and a “brick and mortar” entertainment and educational attraction.
Chockablock.tv, a streaming channel for children. I named the company and designing the branding.
Home Made Horror is a movie-making show for teens that showcases the work of viewers along with advice from professionals.
Ingenuity is a high-tech game show for families. The show combines comedy, hands-on science experiments, and role models from the world of science.
This birth announcement for a boy named Ryan is made of snakes and snails and puppy dog tails.
Rheostat’s Restaurant is a country music show starring a wacky family of alien puppets learning about our culture. Proposed attraction for Opryland USA.
Sports Beast, an inspirational sports show for kids. Each episode pairs a famous sports role model with a middle-school athlete to inspire commitment and teamwork.
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Avery the Dove of PeaceTM beanie plush comes with a message of peace on a blue ribbon.
Avery’s World character necktie.
This holiday card delivers a Blizzard of Good Wishes.
US Patents 9301594 9861169
Sales deck cover for The Home Stretch food and beverage carrier. I share two patents with packaging engineer Susan Scior for a single and four-drink carrier.
The Love & Light Custom Photo Menorah puts beautifully-printed family pictures onto the front of an innovative electronic menorah. For Trophyman.com.
Magic Television-Watching Socks were designed to be a low-cost promotional product for PBS Sprout to give away at street fairs.
PUTS KIDS IN CONTROL OF THE SNACKING UNIVERSE
SnackBots is a healthy snack concept for Welch Foods that puts trail mix (cereal, fruit, nuts) into clever, colorful shaker containers.
I worked with network executives and the plastics manufacturer to create this acrylic trophy for the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award.
Creating stickers for hospital patients was a fun project for Nourished With Love. The stickers needed to appeal to both adults and kids and hold together thematically.
Comic book-style truck wrap for Trophyman.com. The truck promotes their two main businesses plus all the products and services spelled out on the signs on the cartoon skyline.
Don’t Lose Your Hat in the Zucchini Patch is a cooperative card game for ages 2-6 that teaches teamwork and cultural contribution. Children play together as a team against the game, not each other.
Avery’s World Style Guide for licensing. Making square books is easier on computer screen readers and POD distributors.
Try On My Hat! is a children’s picture book that teaches teamwork and international cultural contribution.
Illustration by Maureen Cummings
The cover of Parents & Kids Directory, New York’s first magazine for families. I designed over 40 issues during the magazine’s successful 10-year run.
Illustration by Edward B. Snyder
I designed the book and guided the story for Through Tiger’s Eyes, a children’s picture book.
Performance Animation, published for the Los Angeles Guild of Puppetry, showcases member’s talents to the entertainment industry at large.