Faculty

The faculty at the School of Multimedia Technology is comprised of a dedicated team of industry professionals. Combining
real-world experiences with a passion for the creative process, they bring a wealth of knowledge and insight to the classroom.




faculty ron bosseRon Bosse

Ron is the president of Bosse School of Music, the School of Multimedia Technology & Bosse Studios.
A graduate of Berklee College of Music with a B.M degree in Professional Music, he is a sought after
musician, audio engineer & video producer with over 20 years of experience in the music industry.
Throughout his career, Ron has performed & toured in the U.S & Canada with some of the most
influential names in jazz including Dave Liebman, Bob Moses, George Garzone, & Bob Mintzer. Ron's
2000 release "Emotion & Intellect", a follow up to his 1997 release "Next Level", went on to achieve
critical praise in the press from such influential publications as the New York Times, the Boston Globe,
Jazz Times, Downbeat, and Jazz Now. Ron has produced music & videos for an impressive list of clients

that includes Emmy award winning TV host Jeff Corwin, the Perrone Group, Stanford University, and Ocean Mysteries (ABC-TV). Ron authored the audio recording curriculum at Bosse's School of Multimedia Technology, and co-authored the curriculum for video production.



faculty nicholas almondo svizzeroNicholas Svizzero

A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston with a B.A. in Music, Nick has extensive experience
in many facets of the production process including video editing, graphic and web design and audio
recording. Nick began working at Bosse Studios in 2009, where he has edited, filmed and done sound
design for commercials and music videos featuring clients such as Emmy award winning TV host Jeff
Corwin and Boston’s premiere entertainment agency C-Zone Music. A skilled graphic artist, he has
designed and developed numerous websites as well as the artwork for clothing labels, brochures,
posters and business cards. Nick authored the graphic design curriculum at Bosse’s School of
Multimedia Technology and co-authored courses in video production and web design.


faculty andrew zubatkinAndrew Zubatkin

Andrew graduated with a B.M in communications from Worcester State University. Since then, he has
worked with a number of prominent New England based TV & film companies including WVVB-TV,
How2Heroes, & NECN. In 2010, Andrew began working at Bosse Studios where he has directed & edited
music videos, interviews & commercials for numerous clients. In 2013, he began working with Wheels TV,
filming & editing commercials featuring the hottest new cars in the automotive industry. Andrew
co-authored the video production curriculum at Bosse's School of Multimedia Technology, & brings
a wealth of professional insight and industry knowledge to the classroom.



Madeline Herec Poirier

Madeline Herec Poirier (www.madelineherec.com) is a multimedia artist specializing in video, audio and
motion graphics. She has worked for a range of clients including Marriott, Phillips Academy, NASCAR,
Lysol, and MassMutual as a videographer, audio mixer, and interactive video producer. She has taught
technology workshops at Emerson College and the Walnut Hill School for the Arts. Madeline currently
freelances as a videographer and multimedia producer in addition to teaching and being the project
manager of The American Recipe Project.




Sam Haddix

A graduate of Berklee College of Music with a B.M. degree in Music Business & Management, Sam is a
sought after photographer with professional experience in the fields of audio recording and video
production. In 2008, Sam joined the Apple creative team teaching industry standard software programs
such as Garageband, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. In 2010, he produced the album "A Thousand Miles of
Wire" featuring his band Everyday Echo. Sam composed all of the albums 9 songs and contributed all of
the vocal, guitar and piano tracks. In 2011, Sam began working at Bosse Studios where he has directed
numorous video and phot shoots for its clients. During this time, he also joined the faculty of Bosse
School of Music teaching private lessons in guitar, ensembles and classes in audio, video and

photography. In addition to his work at Bosse, he has built a successful photography company with an impressive clientale that includes Grammy Award winning band Chicago and legendary guitarist Steve Morse. Sam authored the Digital Photography curriculum at Bosse School of MultimediaTechnology and has created a series of instructional videos for its online learning platform.


Bruce Lane

Audio and Video Specialist Bruce Lane is an industry pro with 20+ years of experience to share with
students. Bruce earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and has since
been on the cutting edge of audio and visual technology. Throughout the last 2 decades, Bruce has
managed live sound and video production for A-list clients such as: The Denver Broncos, Fenway Park,
The NHL, Boston Garden, Seattle Mariners and ABC's Ocean Mysteries. Bruce's engineering contributions
currently benefit the Grass Valley Corporation, where he serves as the head of integrated
playout
(broadcast engineering), Bruce is also a proud
contributor to the design and construction of our own
Bosse Studios in Weymouth, Ma.



Brent Beissel

A seasoned educator, and drum and percussion expert, Brent has the experience, technique,
and communication skills necessary to teach the subtle art of drums, drum miking, and advise
on the intricacies of percussion recording. In addition to earning his B.M. in Music Education as a
drummer at Berklee College of Music, Brent has extensive live performance and recording experience,
often acting in the studio as percussion producer. Also a knowledgeable advisor in the area of live sound,
Brent has toured venues large and small, with a notable annual highlight being a feature at the Berklee
Percussion Festival. Brent has studied and recorded with greats such as Dave Mattacks (The Jimmy
Page Band) and Steve Wilkes (Master Taiko drummer and author for Electronic Music Magazine).




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