“Curriculum Vitae” – a resume for those of us in the academic world.

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2013-present: part of Tech Team at Mount de Sales Academy

  • Network Support / iPad Guy
  • named Director of IT in 2015
  • Responsible for everything from networks, servers, printers, AV, processes, budgets, educational technology planning and implementation, and other things too numerous to mention.

2003-present: Freelance educator / musician / accompanist / keyboardist / sound designer / computer consultant / web designer / church musician billed as the MaconMacGuy and the MacMusicGuy.

  • Adjunct Faculty, Macon State College Music Department:
  • taught applied piano, music appreciation
  • accompany the Chamber Singers
  • Have done consulting & training re: classroom Pro Tools recording systems
  • Produce practice tracks for the choir that are posted online
  • Had one student compete in the Macon Symphony’s Concerto competition twice.
  • Adjunct Faculty, Mercer University Computer Science Department:
  • Taught CSC125: Beginning Computers 2003-2011
  • using a variety of in-class and online techniques.
  • Emphasis on getting beyond the buttons to the “why”, and using the computer as a tool to get work done.
  • Microsoft Office, Alice, Online Office tools, Search processes, etc.
  • Musician:
  • Keyboardist/sound designer &/or arranger for
  • the Joey Stuckey Band,
  • the Mosely Dixon Project, and
  • GA Cabaret with Dr. Martha Malone.  Wide variety of styles, from pop/country/jazz to 20th Century art songs.
  • Perform over 2 dozen times a year IN ADDITION TO the Northway Church performances with a variety of musicians, situations, and styles
  • Have credits on over a dozen commercially produced albums as producer or keyboardist &/or arranger
  • Last three albums received international airplay
  • ASCAP catalog with several hundred songs listed
  • Have music placed in several libraries
  • Have original music available online in several locations
  • Run and operate a small project recording studio
  • Accompanist
  • 2 voice recitals by Rebecca Lanning (performed at Macon State, Georgia Southwestern, Litte Carnegie of the South) – 2008, 2009
  • 14 concerts given by the Macon State Chamber Singers.
  • Material included
    • Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes
    • J.S. Bach Cantata #140
    • Leavitt Missa Festiva
    • Ramirez Missa Criolla
    • Rutter Gloria
    • Haydn Lord Nelson Mass
    • Rutter A Sprig of Thyme
    • Vivaldi Gloria
    • Whitacre Five Hebrew Love Songs
    • …plus many other works
  • Staff accompanist for 8 Mercer University voice students at the Spring 2011 NATS competition
  • Computer Consultant
  • web design, tech support, network troubleshooting, online services & marketing for several clients
  • web hosting through MidGaHosting
  • Webmaster for several sites
  • Church Musician
  • Staff pianist/keyboardist for First Presbyterian Church, Macon, GA
  • 1994-2012 Staff keyboardist at Northway Church & its predecessors.
  • Performed over 100 times a year on a multi-keyboard stack.
  • Started the contemporary band in 1994
  • Arranged dozens of hymns for contemporary band
  • Designed the keyboard stack
  • Have done tons of keyboard programming
  • Produced/arranged 2 albums with the band tom&co
  • Have at times done everything from produce graphics for the service CDs, programming the LED sign out by the street, & wrangling the PA system into submission.
  • Involved with purchasing, configuring, and operating an Allen & Heath iLive digital mixing board
  • Adjudicator
  • Judged the Literary Meet Piano contestants for Mount de Sales Academy in 2009, 2010, 2011
  • Judged the Piano competition for GISA Literary meet 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
  • Judge for the Macon Morning Music Club Joseph Maerz Music Scholarship competition 2008, 2010

1997-2003: Co-technology Coordinator, Mount de Sales Academy
(Catholic Middle/High School in Macon, GA)

  • Taught Technology related classes
    • Web Design
    • Computer Applications
    • Keyboarding for both middle and high school
    • Developed own curriculum for all classes taught
  • Tech support
    • for faculty computers
    • 4 servers – MacOS and Linux
    • 2 computer labs – Windows
    • 2 laptop wireless labs – MAC OS
    • Network had well over 150 nodes. 100BaseT in-building, fiber between buildings.
  • Published series of articles on September 2001 – Covered day-today IT operations  at a private high school
  • Provided faculty training classes, tech skills development on as-needed basis.
  • Shot and edited sports video for wrestling team
  • Played keyboards for Mass
  • Accompanied the Choirs at performances

1990-1997: Macon State College, Coordinator of the Music Department

  • applied piano
  • music theory
  • music appreciation
  • sightsinging
  • music technology courses, including multitrack digital recording – developed the curriculum for all music tech courses
  • Music directed & performed in all Spring semester musicals 1991-1997.
  • Founded and developed the James T. Bass Jr. Center for Music Technology
    • 12 station audio AND data networked Mac music lab
    • Each station had software for notation, music theory drill and skill development, sightsinging drill and skill development, sequencing, digital sampling, digital synthesis
    • Lab also had multitrack digital audio and stereo analog recording capabilities
    • Assisted in the Grant process – received over $80,000 over 4 years to purchase equipment, furniture, and software.
    • Published article in the Macon State Faculty Journal about the Bass Center.
  • Also responsible for
    • Dept. marketing
    • adjuncts management
    • special events
    • and various other duties

1988-1990: Chattanooga State Technical Community College Music Faculty
(2 year school, Chattanooga, TN)

    • Classes taught:
      • Music Theory
      • Sightsinging/Ear Training
      • Applied piano
      • Jazz band – wrote and/or arranged many of the pieces performed
      • Concert Choir
      • Show Choir
      • Music Appreciation
      • >Music director, keyboardist for 2 musicals
      • Also involved in
        • departmental marketing
        • wrote, recorded, and produced marketing cassette sent to area high school music departments
        • providing computer tech support, computer training for the Humanities Division
        • facilities management for the departmental spaces and auditorium


M.M. Music [Piano Performance] University of South Carolina, magna cum laude
Primary Teachers: Dr. Raymond Dudley, Dr. John Williams
Graduate Assistant – Band leader, arranger, Carolina Alive! Directed by Dr. Richard Conant.
30-50 performances per year
Also includewd extra classes in Media Production

B.M.Music [Piano Performance] University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, magna cum laude
Primary Teacher: Dr. Earl Miller
Won the MTNA Collegiate Division Piano Statewide Competition in 1981
Also included classes in Computer Science

Additional credit courses taken at:

      • Neumann College
      • Radford University
      • Georgia State

in educational development and music technology.


Additional non-credit courses taken in web design, programming languages, graphic design, and others.


Web Locations

General Info

Class-related sites

Original Music Available – charts, sheet music, mp3s, CDs, and choir practice tracks

Music Libraries

Performing groups


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