Currently in the doctoral composition program at Arizona State University.
Folk/country/blues-influenced singer/songwriter based in Portland, Oregon.
Composer and sound artist.
Founder and owner of the Music Academy of Denton and Surrounding Areas; formerly head band director at Liberty Christian School (Denton, TX).
Professor of Music and Director of the Music Technology Center at Loyola University (New Orleans, LA).
PhD from Macquarie University (New South Wales, Australia); Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Guitar and Jazz and Contemporary Music Theory at the University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music.
Currently on the faculty of The Art Institute of Dallas, specializing in media arts; audio engineer at Bolo Digital Studios (Denton, TX).
Associate Professor of Music and Coordinator of Music Theory at Loyola University (New Orleans, LA).
Co-owner and instructor at Oil and Cotton (Dallas, TX).
Composer of liturgical music. Graduate studies (composition and organ) at the Royal College of Music in London; recipient of Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship (2009-10). Master's studies in Sacred Music at Southern Methodist University.
On the faculty of the Department of Theatre at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he teaches film acting, stage combat, and actor movement.
Acting Administrative Services Manager for the City of Oakland Public Works Agency; freelance musician in the Bay Area.
Currently enjoying retirement playing Jacobean consort music on the viola da gamba and studying those things for which a career left no time. Retired in 2007 as principal technical software architect from the Computer Sciences Corporation after 37 years in the commercial software industry.
Assistant band director at Gene Pike Middle School (Justin, TX), where he teaches beginner brass classes, Symphonic and Concert bands, and assists with the Wind Ensemble.