DAVID WILSON emigrated to the United States in 1963 after completing five years of art school in his native England. He developed his skills in design at the Rambusch Decorating Company in New York City, eventually becoming head of fabrication in their stained glass studio; in 1978 he established himself in upstate New York as an independent designer, fabricator and installer of his architectural glass work. In 2002 David joined with Walter Riesen and Trevor Wilson to form WRW Studio, which has executed dozens of his designs in the last decade.

WALTER RIESEN has worked in glass fabrication for over 20 years. He received a BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. His current design project for WRW is A History of Written Law for the Colorado Judicial Center Library.

TREVOR WILSON learned glass design and fabrication from David Wilson and at Judson Studios in Los Angeles. He holds a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design and spent a decade working in film and art in LA before returning to New York and to glass. His most recent design project for WRW is the Bayonne 8th Street Station, a public art commission from New Jersey Transit.