It's time to level up

Looking for guidance on how to improve your guitar playing? You’ve come to the right place! If you prefer to learn topics at your own pace and often find yourself aimlessly scrolling through YouTube, then I recommend you check out my online courses for a more guided and in depth experience. If you’re looking for a more tailored and personal approach, I offer both home and Skype lessons. Choose your preference below to find out more!

Learn Your Favourite Songs

Nothing beats playing along with your favourite tunes! I am capable of teaching beginner to pro level music.

Refine your technique

Without proper technique, everything that you play will sound very average. Technique is essential.

understand Music theory

Whether you're a newbie or somewhat experienced, I can help guide you towards the next step.

Find Your own style & voice

As fun as it is playing like your idols, it's equally as important to develop your own touch on things!

1-on-1 Lessons

This lesson type allows for a more personal and tailored approach to learning. Many guitar players learn differently, have different interests, goals, or targets, and through 1-on-1 lessons I will be able to help guide you in the right direction. I teach private lessons both in my home studio, and through Skype.


I have a number of instructional courses available online to help you improve different aspects of your guitar playing. These courses are designed in a way that you can take in a large amount of information in a thorough and enjoyable way. The courses are predominantly video based but also include a library of written attachments and explanations to help you learn in a mixture of ways. The courses available through this website are some of my proudest projects and I am thoroughly excited to share them with you!

- Featured courses -

If you’re relatively new to music theory, or concerned that you have gaps in your experience, then “Essential Theory For Guitarists” is the perfect solution for you. This course Is all about understanding the foundation principles of music theory, as well as knowing how to apply and visualise them across your guitar neck.