- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I use it for anything from game asset creation to interactive web element design, animation, even sometimes editing 3d objects or formatting images for virtual reality. It really is a fun and versatile program that everyone should have at least cursory knowledge of. I’ll cover whatever is the most relevant to my student’s intended use or need.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 6+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
Why should you take lessons from me?
There are some musicians who teach only as a way to make ends meet and there are those who are passionate about education in general. There are some music teachers who will show you how to play songs and call it a day. That's giving the hungry a fish. I prefer to teach the hungry how to catch fish. Why you use a certain rod, line, lure, how to find fish, what fish are edible, how to drive a boat, etc...In musical terms this translates to things such as why you hold an instrument a certain way, the logic behind finger positions, how to construct chords/scales then use them, how to count musically and why, etc...I teach how to think musically and creatively on and off of the page and have a vested interest in the progress of my students.
I teach drums/percussion, piano/synth, saxophone/woodwinds, guitar, bass(fretted and standup), voice, ukulele, hammered dulcimer, mandolin, & audio production.
Creative director, Producer, Graphic Designer, Audio Engineer, Photo/videographer, Animator, Programmer, Editor, Writer, Web/VR developer, autodidact, polymath, & consultant.
I've had the pleasure of working with so many great musicians over the years that I'd be hard pressed to list them all.
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