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Brigham Young University, Provo (Illustration)
Hi! I'm studying illustration and I love languages and the arts. I've tutored students in English and in violin technique before, and I try to tailor the lessons to the students' individual needs. I think the most satisfying thing about tutoring is watching the light go on in a student's eyes when they finally understand a difficult concept.
I served an LDS mission in Chile for 18 months! While there, I gained fluency and taught English classes to native speakers. I feel I'm familiar enough with both languages to explain the mechanics of both.
Regarding writing, it's always been my best subject in school and I have experience writing essays, books, scripts, poems, speeches- you name it. I'd be happy to teach you what I know.
I studied violin from the age of eleven, sat first chair the majority of my years in school, and even had the opportunity to join the local symphony (made up of mostly adults). I've tutored before, so if you have a beginning or intermediate student, I'd be happy to help with technique.
I'm studying illustration in college and have learned lots of fun tricks that I'd be happy to share. But mostly I understand the process and the importance of consistency and patience. My forte is animation/ comics, but I can tutor in realistic styles as well.
If any of this sounds like something you want to learn, I'm excited to help! Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Hi! I'm studying illustration and I love languages and the arts. I've tutored students in English and in violin technique before, and I try to tailor the lessons to the students' individual needs. I think the most satisfying thing
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I'm currently studying Illustration at University. I've received instruction from animators, illustrators, painters and life drawing artists alike, and feel I'm qualified to instruct a student in the same.
I began my violin training at the age of eleven, jumping to first chair and staying there the majority of my orchestra experience. During high school, I auditioned for (and made it into) a symphony in my hometown composed of mostly adults. I have both given and received private tutelage and feel I'm qualified to continue sharing my knowledge.