Hi there, I’m Keith!
Since I started teaching in 2015, I’ve seen students dominate the open mic circuit, win multiple battle of the bands, advance multiple stages into the televised talent show scene, but most importantly they have all found a way to turn their passion into something that can grow along with them.
Throughout high school, I was heavily involved in barbershop and performing, until an illness nearly took my voice. After recovering from a surgery that could have ended my singing career, my voice teacher saved my voice by suggesting that I see a Speech Pathologist for a more involved analysis of my recovery.
In these clinical sessions, I fell in love with voice science and began to see the connection between vocal health and the performance world. Soon after, I attended the University of Pittsburgh acquiring a B.A. in Communication Science and Disorders to begin helping others.
I graduated with a Certificate in Vocological Service from Lamar University, and am certified in Somatic Voicework, as well as Estill Voice International Certified (all three levels) since the age of 17.
In 2015, I opened my own practice teaching voice in my home. Five years later in 2020, I realized the potential of online teaching to reach more people and provide a more personal teaching experience.