- Billy Geeson greatly enjoys researching Baby Names and writing descriptions for them.
- He holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Sheffield, where he specialized in creative writing.
- Born in the UK, Billy has found his second home in the beautiful city of Galway.
If you are looking for a name brimming with literary heritage and timeless charm, the masculine moniker Polonius is sure to pique your interest! A Latin name meaning “Polish,” Polonius is perhaps best known for its appearance in Shakespeare’s iconic play Hamlet. In the play, the character of Polonius is portrayed as a somewhat comic character who brings a lighthearted element to the tragic events that unfold. In the tragicomedy that we call life, there are certainly ups and downs, but you can be sure that your little Polonius will lift your spirits when the going gets tough.
Since joining TKWW’s Galway office back in 2019, Billy has enjoyed producing content for a number of platforms, most recently baby names. He is passionate about writing and researching the quirky, wonderful, and downright adorable names that crop up on the baby name project. Whether it be a timeless classic, modern gem, or movie-inspired moniker, he delights in writing about a wide range of names.
Billy studied English Literature at the University of Sheffield, an experience that allowed him to develop his academic and professional writing skills. He initially pursued a career as a teacher before deciding to pivot his attention toward the world of copywriting. Outside work, he loves to write song lyrics, fiction, and film and music criticism.
After graduating, Billy spent time in Spain working as an English language teaching assistant. While in this position, he enjoyed helping elementary school Spanish children with their English reading and writing ability. He took up a role as a Teaching Assistant upon his return to the UK, and began preparing for a teaching qualification. However, an opportunity arose at TKWW’s Galway office, and he gladly took it.