I was 7 years old when I first observed an accomplished pianist. Michael, another boy in my 1st grade class, played the common tune "Chopsticks" with two little fingers. I was the miraculous spark that started my life long career path in music. Not long after I enrolled in my first piano class, at the young age of 7 years old. Since then I not only learned to sing but by 2008 I was a first chair classical french horn player, performing Stravinsky's Firebird Suite in Carnegie hall. After also attaining a 1st place gold medal in the 2006 Bands of America marching band show Aqua. I was offered UNLV's highest awarded french horn scholarship and was well on my way into the music program. While attending UNLV, I switched instrument majors from french horn, to piano and pursued music. Although I eventually attained a Sign Language Interpreting certification instead of a music degree, I never stopped pursuing music performance and teaching, and I still take piano lessons to this day with extremely high level performers, knowing that music is a craft never completed. Now that I am instructor influencing multiple students into music, is to create as much momentum as possible to keep their ideas flowing to bigger and better ideas. The biggest mistake an instructor can make, would be to stunt the growth of a student. I am happy to say, that in keeping up my own momentum for upward of 15 years, I have become an expert in the field of providing the essential tools to be successful long term.