Being self taught for many of the instruments I know, I know a way to connect with students and make it easier for them to understand the lesson put forth to them.
When it comes to performance, it is a passion for the art that drives me to excel and I hope to spread that passion. With emphasis on heart versus discipline, I try to find an equal and efficient balance between the two.
When it comes to engineering, I’m a graduate of the oldest audio school in the world, top of my class with a burning passion for the art. With an emphasis on creativity as well as critical thinking, you’ll be able to know how things work and why/when you should use them.
I’ve taught guitar to kids and taught an entire studio set up to adults, i know how to work with both.
There is nothing more satisfying than getting that first note out of an instrument. I want to spread that joy.
Jeffrey is both an amazing teacher and colleague. Over the past three years, i’ve had the pleasure of having him help me with my singing, and allowed for me to record in a studio on a few occasions. I have had an amazing emperor car and would reccomend him to anyone who needs help in the field of singing or audio engineering.
Music is a personal thing. Hans Zimmer once said he can tell you everything about himself and not feel exposed at all, but to play a piece of his, he feels like he’s been exposed to the world. I want new students to feel comfortable with me so the first lesson or two will be getting to know each other.
I’ve been playing music since right around 2008, and recording audio since around 1012.
I try to work with budgets given to me so that everyone is happy.
From middle school kids to adults. I was a teachers assistant for platinum recording engineer, Dan Grigsby, and I feel confident I can handle just about anything thrown at me.
If they are singing words or playing notes instead of singing or playing the song, they are not for you.