About your instructor
-received his undergraduate degree from Mount Senario College, where he played two years of football and focused skills in studio arts and graphic design (class of 2003)
-received his Wisconsin teaching license from Norda Education Services in 2009.
-spent seven years as Cornell's varsity football coach (2006-2012).
-was the yearbook Adviser (2011-2017)
-is a recipient of Cornell's Excellence in Education Award (2012).
-received his Masters in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Superior (2014).
-works as the district Assistant Principal.
-is married and has two children who actively participate in sports and art.
-has taught Art and Graphic Design in Cornell since 2009.
Students took part in the construction of a backdrop, set up of a striker on a pendulum anchored to a ladder, and the capture of one shot of a lit light bulb being smashed. Windows were blackened out, and students were equipped with safety glasses. The goal of the morning was for each student to capture the exact point of impact on their camera. We spent a great deal of time setting up our camera for speed, light and anticipation of impact. One of our students recorded the event and edited for slow motion. We broke five bulbs in all and captured some amazing photography in the process.-I LOVE MY JOB!!!!!!!