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Maxwell Daigle

Instructor

Maxwell attended Montclair State University in 2010, pursuing a degree in Fine Arts & Illustration. His learning experiences have been many and varied, not the least of which is a Community Emergency Response Team training certificate from the NJSP and a period of apprenticeship as a voice actor under vocal coach Brian Atwood. His work experiences are similarly eclectic, including a stint at GameStop as a teenager before his ventures into cellphone repair and sales, bartending, and contracting positions for a semi-conductor manufacturer and a cellphone software development company. After that, Maxwell spent six years in logistics, beginning as a department lead for a small e-commerce business and building up to Operational Team Lead, where he spearheaded the launch of an automated warehouse. Other aspects of his professional life include music, voice acting, recording, and more.

Due to his varied career, his skills are wide-ranging, running the gamut from sound/music design and composition, graphic design, and writing to photography, programming, and logistics. He is likewise familiar with an astonishing array of software and programs – Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Audition, Premiere, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, ShipWorks, ChannelAdvisor, Reason, and StudioOne, to name but a few, and is already well on his way to gaining that same expertise in other programs such as Blender and Construct 3.

In his free time, Maxwell enjoys paintball, biking, camping, gardening, drumming (or jamming on his synths in his personal recording booth!), and building robots with his son.