- 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?
Well, I started teaching myself piano at age 5. Started playing drums at 10. Went into school band at 11 and played tenor sax in concert and marching band. I picked up guitar at 12 and started my own gigging band and joined the school jazz band. That was the same year I got my first multi-track cassette recorder and have been producing demos and albums ever since. Over the years I've never stopped learning new instruments (just added banjo, flute, and ukulele), never stopped composing, and have gigged with 14+ bands across genres from alt/grunge, rock, to progressive metal, to funk/r&b, reggae, hip hop, industrial/electronic, etc...
Though I didn't attend an expensive university for music like many teachers, earning a BA in game Art/Design gives me a broader expertise from which to draw and a unique perspective when it comes to music education. I've even been able to integrate my game design experience into my lesson plans with tailor-made Virtual Reality experiences! I think, "why shouldn't you take lessons from me?" would be a much more difficult question to answer.