Color Guard Designer
Brian Mora has been involved in the marching arts for 20+ years. During that time he has served the community in a multitude of roles including drill writer, instructor, consultant, and director. This afforded him the opportunity to work with several groups including Team Miami (A.K.A Braddock Independent), Crossmen, Mandarins, and YEA!. However, the position that he has felt the most called to is that of adjudicator. It is in this capacity that Brian feels he has the farthest reach and therefore, can be the most proactive in supporting groups to become successful in achieving their goals. The kid’s development and that of the field as a whole is at the center of all he does. As a result, Brian has worked with many associations such as WBA, NTCA, TCGA, CCGC, SJVCGA, PPACC, LVMA, NVIA, WCWA, ADLA, FMBC, MAIN, and NESBA.
I was in color guard in high school for 3 years, for a state champion school in Maryland. I then started instructing at 3 different high schools over the next 8 years, both outdoor and winter seasons. I currently am not instructing, and would love to mentor those interested or need any assistance and advice.
I am is the Director of Bands at Wilson Middle School in Newark and have been a band director since 1998. I earned my Bachelor of Music Education Degree from The Ohio State University and my Masters Degree of Music Education Degree from Capital University. I have been the Visual Caption Head for several marching bands and indoor groups in Ohio. I have extensive experience designing for and teaching high school marching band, color guard and indoor percussion, including WGI IPA World Champions and IPO Finalists, Elements Percussion. I have been a marching band adjudicator for 9 years and have served on the Ohio Music Education Association Marching Band State Judging Panel for 4 years. I have served as the Visual Caption Head for OMEA Marching Band Events.
A native of Paris, Tennessee, Mr. Nicholas Blaine Bomar has been involved in the music world for over thirteen years. He is a graduate of Henry County High School where he was a percussionist and the Drum Major for the award-winning Marching Patriots. During the fall marching season, Blaine is a consultant with various high school marching band organizations in the area of visual design and assisting with drum majors. Most all of the organizations he has consulted with have won several top awards throughout the state of Tennessee. During the winter season, Blaine consults with multiple indoor programs throughout Western Tennessee and Western Kentucky in the area of overall general effect and drill staging. As of 2014, Blaine is a Level One graduate, and proud member of the Marching Roundtable Judge’s Academy instructed by some of the leading adjudicators in the marching arts: Mr. Tim Hinton of the Marching Roundtable and Dr. Joe Allison who are adjudicators for Drum Corp International, Bands of America, Winter Guard International, and a plethora of other state concert festivals and competitions across the nation and Japan. In addition to his training, he was featured as a guest speaker on the Marching Roundtable’s nationwide podcast discussing how to effectively judge a drum major(s) performance. Also, Mr. Bomar is apart of the adjudication staff of E-Adjudicate, an online program that allows directors and students in several different categories get feedback from knowledgeable individuals. Presently, Mr. Bomar resides in Paris, Tennessee as the Drum Major Clinician and Visual Design Staff for Henry County High School and is working towards his adjudicator’s certification with Central States Judges Association in the areas of Visual General Effect, Visual Ensemble, and Visual Performance Individual.
Founder and executive director of Spintronix Color Guard, Jackie has been a color guard performer since 2001 and has since broadened her resume to include design, instruction, and judging on a variety of levels. She has performed for and worked with groups from the junior high, high school, college, DCI, and WGI levels. She has had several successful projects including camps, an independent winterguard, and a color guard instruction video series on YouTube. In addition, she has studied and taught dance traditionally; ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, and contemporary. As other short-term projects, she works with the Macy’s Great American Marching Band each year, and was a performer in the 2016 Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Originally from Boston, MA as member/Director/Designer of Sacred Heart Roslindale for many yrs. Moved to FL and began working as Director/Designer Satellite HS, S atellite Beach, FL 25 yrs, on staff with UCF Pegasus guards, consultant for various teams over the years. Currently adjudicator for Florida Bandmasters, Central States Judges, Gulf Coast Judges and Festival Disney. Recently inducted into both the Mass. Drum Corps/Music Educators Assoc. and Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit Halls of Fame
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.