is an Atlanta-based actor and musician who has been playing guitar for the last eleven years! He has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Georgia and is currently pursuing his Juris Doctor at Georgia State University College of Las. He plays guitar (acoustic and electric), bass guitar, banjo, ukulele, piano, and mandolin.
He has been in a handful of bands throughout the years, most notably he is the frontman for a local indie folk band known as ozello that has played all over Atlanta and Athens, including such venues as the 40 Watt, the Masquerade, Smith's Olde Bar, the Georgia Theater, and a multitude of the greasiest venues that north Georgia has to offer. His band released their debut ep called "Pronouns" in May of 2019 and are looking to release their debut full-length album in January of 2020.
In addition to writing the music of ozello, Jeofry has also contributed to various original musicals, most notably "Sundays at Four" by Brittani Minniweather, presented at the 2018 Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival.
Jeofry believes wholeheartedly in student-driven lessons and tailoring the teaching experience so that the student has the freedom to have fun while learning. He likes to laugh and wants to foster a learning environment in which the student feels like they can have a good time learning. Students retain so much more information when they are given the space to make mistakes and learn in a positive environment. He believes that students are much more likely to practice if they are working on material that they want and choose to practice.
Electric Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Playground, Songwriting, Ukulele.
Folk, Rock, Indie, Musical Theatre, Hip-Hop, R&B.
Students all ages & abilities welcome!