About Bill Andrews
Bill Andrews has worked in exhibit design and development for twenty-five years. His training in Theater and Communication Arts (BA, 1975, SUNY Buffalo, cum laude) and his talent for discovering the most effective media for telling a story have helped him serve a variety of both corporate and non-profit clients. Bill’s background in production design and video presentation is of particular value in creating immersive museum experiences.
Design and development projects include the Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center in Fort Smith for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission; the Downeast Heritage Center in Calais, Maine; and the Tunica County Museum in Tunica, Mississippi. Other design and development clients include FedEx; Kellogg; the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas; The Childrens’ Museum of Memphis; Baptist Hospital; Terminix; and the Memphis Airport Authority.
In addition to museum, corporate and non-profit projects, Bill designs sets for stage, television and special events. He served as the designer and director of The Freedom Award 2005 event for the National Civil Rights Museum, honoring Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis, Paul Rusesabagina, and Oprah Winfrey. The event was televised nationwide on PBS. A graduate of Leadership Memphis, Bill makes time to be active in community affairs, served as board chair of The Midsouth AIDS Fund, and as an HIV educator to the Shelby County Jail population for ten years.