Color Guard Instructor
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
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.
Blaine Bomar has served in every facet of the marching arts: performer, instructor, clinician, consultant, contest coordinator, and adjudicator. He serves as a Program Coordinator and Visual Design Consultant for marching bands and winter guards throughout Tennessee and Kentucky. Programs that he has consulted and worked with have performed in venues such as: Tennessee Division One & Two State Championship Finals, Middle Tennessee State University’s Contest of Champions, Kentucky Music Educators Association State Finals, Bands of America Grand National Championships, and many more. Blaine works during the summer months as a Clinic Staff Member for the Fred J. Miller Summer Clinics teaching Student Leaders and Drum Majors throughout the country.
Bomar is a proud member of the Central States Judges Association, the Marching Roundtable Judges Academy, and the Texas UIL Marching Band Association where he studied adjudication under Dr. Joe Allison, Tim Hinton, and several other master adjudicators. He has had the opportunity to judge in several states including: Tennessee, Illinois, Ohio, and Kentucky. In addition to his visual judging, Bomar is a highly sought out drum major judge in the state of Tennessee. While training with the Marching Roundtable, he was featured as a guest speaker on the nationwide podcast discussing how to effectively judge a drum major(s) performance if you are ever to be put in that caption. As of 2016, he was enrolled in the Marching Roundtable as a Marching Mentor to help educate aspiring judges how to properly evaluate. Bomar is also a part of the adjudication staff of E-Adjudicate, an online program that allows directors and students in several different categories to get feedback from very knowledgeable individuals.
Presently, Blaine resides in Paris, Tennessee with his dog Rudy as the Program Designer / Consultant for Summit Designs and is on the Visual Team with the Union City High School Band in Union City, Tennessee.