Wil began his career working at the renowned East West Studios in Hollywood where within weeks he was working in high profile sessions as an Assistant Engineer for the likes of Steven Stills, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Frank Ocean, Metallica, Slayer, Danzig, Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber, Polow Da Don and many more.
During that time he also engineered for artists Ariana Grande, Alex and Sierra, Cheap Trick, Chance the Rapper, Erykah Badu, Skrillex and many other established and up and coming artists.
After a long stint at East West he moved on to be the personal engineer for producer Alex Da Kid working closely with the artists Imagine Dragons, X-ambassadors, Skylar Grey, Jamie N Commons, Santigold and many more.
Since going completely freelance in 2015, Wil has worked with A-list clients of all genres of music from rap to rock and even Disney movies. His close relationships with many of the top Los Angeles studio managers has made him the first call for any type of session from a single vocalist to a 40 piece orchestra. Many of the top session drummers in Los Angeles including Brendan Buckley, Aaron Sterling and Jake Reed have used Wil as their tracking engineer.
Wil's recent clients have continued his trend of working with high profile artists. In 2019, he completed his life long ambition of working with Zack de la Rocha when he recorded Zack on the Run The Jewels track "JU$T" as well as working with Travis Barker on the song "Play This When I'm Gone" on MGK's recent release. In 2020 he continued his work with artist and close friend Vic Mensa, as well as adding legendary producer Swizz Beatz to his resume.
In 2021 Wil is looking forward to the release of projects from Unusual Demont and Tatiana Hazel.