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Hi, I am a licensed music educator that has run about anything you can think of. I’ve done beginning band, elementary general music, high school band, and even choral!
My specialty is with military drill designing (hence the email!), but can work with about anyone. I am more than happy to help design a drill or produce a full drill for you.
Please see me also at http://tinyurl.com/GSBaileyDesigns
I look forward to helping you.
Ann has participated in the color guard arena for more than 20 years.
She began her marching career at North Side HS in Jackson, TN where she marched in the North Side HS Band and Winter Guard. From there she became a charter member of Madison Winter Guard, an independent unit out of Jackson, TN, and marched for two years.
Ann has been on visual staff with Northeast Middle School Band, Chester Co. HS Band, Lexington HS Band, Milan HS Band, Peabody HS Band, Henry Co. HS Band, South Side HS Band, Riverside HS Band, Ripley HS Band, Huntingdon HS Band, Dyersburg HS Band, Lewis County HS Band and Soddy Daisy HS Band in Chattanooga, TN.
She is a graduate of Lambuth University with a degree in Instrumental Music Education.
Ann has been the director of Project Imagination since its inception.
Casey Goodwin is a Senior Lecturer and currently serves as the Director of Athletic Bands at the University of New Hampshire, where she teaches undergraduate courses in the areas of conducting and music education and is responsible for directing the Wildcat Marching Band, UNH Concert Band, and Beast of the East Pep Band. Additionally, she is a faculty member and assistant coordinator of the University of New Hampshire Summer Youth Music School (SYMS) and a former conductor of the New Hampshire Youth Band. She is also the director of the Drum Major Track at the Summer Youth Music School.
Goodwin earned her Bachelor of Music in Music Education and her Master of Arts in Music with an emphasis in music education and wind conducting from the University of New Hampshire in 2001 and 2006, respectively. While enrolled in graduate school, Goodwin was a graduate assistant with the University of New Hampshire Bands and Department of Music.
Goodwin is a member of the College Band Directors’ National Association, National Association for Music Education, New Hampshire Band Directors Association, and serves as a Director on the Executive Board of and former Collegiate Coordinator for the New Hampshire Music Educators’ Association (NHMEA) and former Northeast District Governor of Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary fraternity for college band members. She previously served on the NHMEA Association Review/Restructuring committee as well as the national nominations and curriculum committees for Kappa Kappa Psi. Goodwin also advises the UNH chapters of Kappa Kappa Psi and National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and serves on the Department of Music Recruiting, Retention, and Scholarship Committee.
Prior to her appointment at UNH, Goodwin was the Director of Instrumental Music at Marshwood High School in South Berwick, Maine, where she directed the MHS Concert Band, Marshwood Marching Hawks, Jazz Band, and pit orchestras for the district and high school musicals; started a string ensemble; and taught general music courses. The Marshwood Marching Hawks competed in the Maine Band Directors’ Association circuit, and Goodwin served as the webmaster for that organization.
In 2010, Goodwin had the opportunity to perform on marching baritone with the Star of Indiana Drum and Bugle Corps alumni in exhibition at the Drum Corps International semifinals in Indianapolis, Indiana.
In addition to her work at UNH, she is also an active guest conductor, adjudicator, and clinician throughout the northeast United States and has written drill and arranged music for several New England marching bands.
Todd Tucker is the Director of Bands at Archbishop Alter High School in Kettering, OH. At Alter, he directs all aspects of the music department and band programs and is the Fine Arts Department Chair. Mr. Tucker has taught in Arizona, North Carolina, Florida and Ohio. As the director at a small private high school, Mr. Tucker has built the program to succeed and the program prides itself on it’s uniqueness and ability to thrive in the marching arts as a small program. With less than 50 people in their wind, percussion and color guard, the Alter marching band and color guard have learned how to maximize everything they have to create unique, high quality, entertaining award winning shows each year. The focus is always quality over quantity and staying true to the program identity. The Alter HS marching band is the 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Mid States Band Association Class Champion and Bands of America 2013 and 2014 Grand National Semi-Finalists.
Michael Nash has a long history in the marching arts, starting back in 1973 as a member of the Chevaliers of Waterloo, Iowa which later became the Royal Chevaliers in 1975. In 1976, Michael moved on to march with the Osage Precisionaires of Osage, Iowa. Michael moved to the west coast and found a home with the South San Francisco Conquistadors, marching with them in the 1979 and 1980 seasons.
After a long hiatus from the activity, he resumed his marching career with the San Francisco Renegades Senior Corps in 1998 and performed for three years with them. In 2002, he was part of the management team that started the all age SoCal Dream Drum and Bugle Corps. Michael served in many roles for several years for this successful organization, including President of the Board, Corps Director, Visual Tech, Tour Manager, and a member of the hornline.
Michael has taught all levels of drum corps and high schools. He served as a visual tech for the St. Paul Scouts (1979), Logan High School (1984-85), Impulse (2000-2001), SoCal Dream (2005-2006), Renegades (1998) Gabrielino High School (2006-2007), Norco High School (2010-2011), and Los Amigos High School (2014). He currently serves as the Visual Caption Head for the highly successful Dynasty Marching Band of Ramona High School in Riverside, CA.
Tim Hudnall is a graduate of Western Kentucky University were he received a B.S. in Biology/Chemistry , a M.S.degree in Public Health. He was a member of the “Big Red Marching Band” as a trumpet and color guard performer, “Savior-Faire” Winterguard, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity. Mr. Hudnall has 34+ years experience in visual design, colorguard instruction/design and adjudication.
Tim’s marching band adjudication includes contest in the North and Southeast areas of the country and is active in the KMEA adjudication process. His winter guard adjudication is primarily with the CIPA circuit but he has been a guest judge for the SCGC, IHSCGA, and Tri-state Judging associations. He is a graduate of the Marching Roundtable Judges Academy Level One and Two, WGI Judges Academy. Tim is a current member of the CIPA Judges Association and WGI.
With a varied teaching past, Tim has been the director or consultant for many programs in Kentucky, Florida, and Tennessee. His indoor groups have been finalist at WGI regionals, Semi-finalist at WGI World Championships, and medalists in the FFCG, SCGC and CIPA circuits.
Tim served as the WGI Scholastic A class rep for the 2012 and 2013 seasons and is a current board member for the Connecting Individuals thru the Performing Arts ( CIPA ) which he has served for the last 8 years. He has been a circuit member for the past 12 years.
Currently Tim is the Visual Program Coordinator for the Hardin Valley Academy Winterguard program as well as Hardin Valley Academy’s “Spirit of the Valley” marching band which has been a BOA regional finalist, MTSU’s Contest of Champions finalist, and WCU Tournament of Bands Finalist.
He is married with two children (and a band parent) and resides in Knoxville, Tennessee where he works as a Physician Assistant.
I have been a wind and percussion technician for 13 years. I’ve been a band director for 8 years (from 6-12 and university levels). I have been an adjudicator for concert, jazz, and marching for 9 years. I have a drill and visual designer for 12 years.