Modern Learning Theory
In 1998, I introduced to the New York City school system what’s now known as “modern learning theory," with 2 training programs.
This learning practice focuses on recognizing each student’s unique learning style (e.g. visual, auditory, kinesthetic) and creating a teaching style and classroom environment flexible enough to address all the students’ needs.
Executive Coaching, Speaking, Creativity Workshops, and Team-Building
I've worked with General Electric, the Loma Linda Medical University Transplant Division, and the Amadeus Corporation. Additionally, I've customized consulting for a wide variety of small businesses in industries ranging from financial services to wellness and food/grocery industries. And I was on Tony Robbins' staff.
I’ve done numerous television and radio performances, and have scored more than 25 films, videos and commercials. I’ve played gigs at clubs and private events all around New York City, including appearing on the Joe Franklin show (he introduced me as “red hot on the NYC cabaret scene”), and four years as the house pianist at Garvin’s Jazz Club.
I have worked and collaborated with internationally renowned musicians and artists including Meatloaf, Gregg Burge (who choreographed Michael Jackson’s music videos for “Bad” and “Thriller”), and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author Paul Zindel.