Bunnie Marie Moore is a graduate of Shoreline’s esteemed Music Technology program. With a focus on Audio Engineering and Songwriting, she has worked with industry-leading companies such as the GRAMMY’s and Rain City Rock Camp. Bunnie Marie’s mission will always be to support and push forward the efforts of creators, both rookie and seasoned alike. She carries her creative vision and unique perspective into each session. When she’s not writing or engineering the next big hit, you can find her on Instagram, sharing bits and pieces of the wild ride that is the music industry.
Ernest Laconic Wingo
Ernest Laconic Wingo, a teaching artist who focuses on concepts of music theory, music production, audio engineering, songwriting, and music business. Ernest teaches on how to edit, mixing, mastering, beat making, synth programming, and preparing students to get Avid Certificate. Ernest has strong background in electronics, music, and music production, long with an Audio Engineering degree, providing support for students to see a variety of options for themselves in music.
Julianne’s Husband of a beautiful 10 years with a full bright future of more decades ahead of us. Santino and Sinatra’s dadda loving them with Julz to see them become the best anti-racist, anti-toxic masculine, gracious big imagination versions of themselves. Along with these most important life roles, Terrence is also a regional Emmy Awardee for cinematography work on the 2013 documentary, The Otherside, premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival, capturing a window into Seattle’s Hip Hop music scene at a unique time of transition and growth. 2016, Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max Short Documentary is Terrence’s second premier at SIFF, this time as Director/Producer, documenting Food Network Chef Sam Choy’s role in the popularity of Hawaiian cuisine and as The Godfather of Poke. During this time he was also the Design Director of video production for the University of Washington Athletics marketing department. Producing and overseeing a diverse array of content for internal and external marketing campaigns during his 5 years with the University. Currently, he is creating his way out of the mess 2020 has presented all of us with the release of a cultural toy line teaching native languages of our many immigrant communities, collaborations in the Seattle food industry to expand our offerings in Filipinx cuisine as well as returning to documentary filmmaking to examine challenging questions in this new environment we now find ourselves in.