Color Guard Director and Choreographer
Todd recognizes that his career started right at WCU, and that has allowed him to succeed in different industries. Some other productions that he has been involved with include; The Daytona 500; The Republican National Convention; A TV Commercial for Snapple working with Spike Lee; The opening scene (segment producer) to the Nicholas cage film “Lord of War”; The Tangerine Bowl halftime show; Inaugural Parade for Governor Rendell; The Centennial for the Boy Scouts of America; the Hershey Centennial Parade; just to name a few.
During the 109th Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California he decorated the 250-member Washington Township High School Marching Band in over 5000 live flowers and seeds, creating the first-ever “Marching Musical Float”. This unique concept and design approach received tremendous support from all major media around the world.
Todd is known to bleed – purple and gold – GO RAMS!