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Thanks for visiting my website! I hope you enjoy downloading my music and can use it to bring peace and happiness to others.
I guess you're visiting this page to try and find a little bit more information about me. Here's the scoop:
• I'm originally from Delta, Utah, a small rural farming town in the middle of Utah's west-central desert. Delta has one stop light, about 10,000 people, sand dunes, and lots of jack rabbits.
•In Delta, I studied music with a fabulous piano teacher named Karrol Corey. She taught me to not only strive to be a good pianist, but to strive to be a good person and emulate good values through my music.
•I once discovered a dinosaur while working with my dad in Southern Utah. The dinosaur was a Plesiosaurus.
•I began arranging and composing when I was 16 years old. Because my name felt a bit generic (Tim Johnson),I decided to use Timothy Max as the name on my music. Timothy Max is my first and middle name.
•I play the piano and organ. I attempted the string bass in high school. That didn't go too well.
•I studied music at Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, UT. In 1998, I completed my bachelor's degree in Music Composition from Brigham Young University-Hawaii, where I studied under Dr. Daniel Bradshaw, an amazing friend and teacher.
•I've travelled to Asia several times and was an English teacher in rural Anhui, China in 2004.
•I moved to Houston, TX in 2011 for my day job. I work as a flight attendant for SkyWest Airlines. I travel about half of the month and find that hotels can be a nice place to write music and build websites.
•In my free time I travel, do photography, cook, work on home improvement projects, and go walking and hiking.
•My friends call me Cooper. For many years I really wanted to drive a mini cooper but could never afford one. Now I drive a fiat. (Please don't call me fiat.
• I like pecan pie, driving fast, ikea, ice cream, facebooking, bargain shopping on craigslist, and cool tech-gadgets.
Click here to contact me, or shoot me a message email@example.com. I love to hear about my pieces being performed. Since my day job is in the airline industry, feel free to send me the details about your performance and I may even show up. I've even been known to help accompany or work with a choir before a performance if requested.
Also, feel free to submit audio or video recordings. With your permission I'll post them on my download pages and share for others to sample.