Andy Carballeira earned a Bachelors degree from Berklee College of Music, majoring in Music Production and Engineering. He is currently on the faculty at Berklee College and New England Institute of Art, where he teaches undergraduate courses in Acoustics and Mathematics. A classically-trained organist with a passion for engineering, Mr. Carballeira has notable experience in both the art and science of sound. He trained as a Senior Acoustical Consultant with Cavanaugh Tocci Associates, and is currently the President of Driftwood Audio, an acoustics and technology consulting firm based in Boston, MA.
Building on a career as a recording engineer in New York City, Carl relocated to Boston in 1989 to teach in the Music Production and Engineering Department at Berklee College of Music. In 2005 he moved into administration where he now serves the college as of Chief of Staff in the Office of the President. In addition to his careers as engineer, professor, and administrator, Carl has also served on the boards of other Boston based institutions that include Mass Audubon and the North Bennet Street School. Some of Carl's credits can be viewed here
Tom Snyder graduated from Swarthmore College in French literature which prepared him for all of life's challenges. After several years of writing and recording for Capitol records, Tom taught science for a decade at Shady Hill School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. During that time, Tom created an educational software company which grew to hundreds of employees and remains a dominant force in the field of educational technology. In the 1990s, Tom started an animation company which produced half-hour shows for five different networks. Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist received both an Emmy award and a Peabody award. Today, he lives with his wife (and works) in Cambridge.
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