Master of Arts in Audio Sciences with a concentration in Recording and Audio Production

Bachelor of Music in Trombone Performance

Teaching Experience

Audio Production FacultyArt Institute of Washington since October, 2008

  • Classes are taught to college students in a Mac-based computer lab or in one of two recording studios
    • Instruction methods include presentation/lecture, demonstration, activity/laboratory/skill, seminar/discussion
      • Also developed content for eCompanion, an online supplement to each course
    • Class sizes range from five to twenty students
    • To see a list of AiW studio equipment, click here

Private Music Instructor of Brass Instruments since 1998

  • Lessons are taught weekly to individual students
  • Students range in age from elementary to college

Audio Experience

Freelance Audio Engineer since 2003

Sound System Engineer for Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, MD since February, 2004

  • Responsibilities include running live sound system during church services
  • Audio is routed through a Soundcraft Spirit FX16 mixer

Audio Engineer for Music Department at Towson University from March, 2002 until May, 2003

  • Responsibilities included recording and/or running live sound system at recitals and concerts

Video Experience

Freelance Videographer of concerts and recitals since December, 2004

  • Process includes video recording event to miniDV or SD, transferring to computer for editing, and burning to DVD complete with menu, subtitles, LightScribe, etc.

Acoustics Experience

Acoustical Consultant for the Frederick Symphony Orchestra

  • Acoustical observations of the Jack B. Kussmaul Theater were made regarding orchestral use, and the findings were presented to the FSO Board of Directors, July 2007
    • Document can be found here.

Web Experience

Basic familiarity with web page design

  • Including HTML and CSS
  • Including domain naming and site hosting

Operates and maintains UtS-Studio.com

  • Original design is an Adobe Dreamweaver template, but all content, including images, is original

Contributor to digital media websites, social networks, blogs, and discussion boards

Developed content for eCompanion

  • eCompanion is an online learning supplement to courses taught at the Art Institute of Washington
    • Page building includes embedding class notes, slideshow presentations, pictures, and videos
  • Facilitated online discussions

Computer Experience

Proficient using either a PC or a Mac running Windows or OS X

Digital Media software knowledge includes:

Professional Organizations/Industry Trade Groups

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References available upon request.