I remember what it was like as a new guitar player.
I was intimidated, overwhelmed, and confused...
But my love of music was greater than my fear so I kept going.
Over the following months and years, I learned that music is a conversation.
One that needs to be in sync with others. One that needs to flow and be fun.
I started to have compassion for myself for making mistakes. I started to notice that others were learning too, whereas before I thought everybody else seemed like a master and I was the imposter in the room.
Since then, I’ve learned to say “yes” to new experiences that will humble me.
The more open-minded I was, the better I got.
All of this has shaped the way I teach guitar.
I always emphasize getting a good feel for rhythm and I offer many, many “real-time” playalongs so that I can be that person that is playing alongside you.
I can be the guide I was missing out on when I first started learning guitar.
I won’t leave you hanging with inaccurate advice or lofty, too-good-to-be-true claims about becoming a “true musician”.
Instead, I want to teach you the language of music. I want to have that conversation with you.
I want you to show yourself compassion…
I would love to witness your personal growth - no matter how young, old, insecure, happy, or unhappy you currently are.
There is so much to be said.
Will you join the conversation and let yourself be heard?
I’ve got the map you need…