The perfect team — experienced writers for some of the best drum corps corps and marching bands in the country, music educators, and adjudicators. We design, write, teach and judge shows for a living, giving you the best, most well-rounded product possible for your band.
Jarrod Huntley, Drill
Founder of Marching Network, Jarrod Huntley is backed by over 20 years performing, judging, teaching, and designing in the marching band, winterguard and winter drums activity.
Fourteen of Jarrod's 20 plus year career has been spent working with two of the most premier groups in our activity: The Cadets and The Blue Devils drum corps. Jarrod served on the visual staff for the 18-time DCI champion Blue Devils from (2004-2010) and served as Visual Caption Head for the 10-time champion The Cadets from 2011 to 2013, helping lead the Cadets to a visual title in 2011 and the corps' 10th DCI victory; the first victory in over 5 years. In 2014 Jarrod moved back to the visual staff of the Blue Devils where he has worked continuously to this day.
Jarrod is a regular adjudicator for both fall and winter seasons, and has judged competitions around the world.
Along with his teaching and judging accolades, Jarrod's drill writing has made it possible to work across the world and the country in places including: Europe, Japan, Indonesia, UK, Texas, Florida, California, Virginia, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Arizona, Colorado, and Nevada.
Jarrod has worked with many nationally know groups including: The Company Drum Corps (UK), Marcus HS (Texas), Union HS (Oklahoma), Flower Mound HS (Texas), Etiwanda H.S. (California), Fountain Valley HS (California), Marching Band Bontang PKT (Indonesia), The Cadets, The Concord Blue Devils, The Crossmen, Momentum Winter Drumline, and more.
Jarrod now resides in the Fort Worth , TX area where he lives with his amazing wife and the coolest daughter ever.
Peter Beckhart, Drill
Peter Beckhart has performed, instructed, and designed many competitive shows in the marching arts. His performing experience includes six years of DCI, aging out with the Concord Blue Devils. Peter also performed with the Riverside Community College winter drum line in 2011 and 2012.
As a visual designer for fall marching programs, he currently writes the drill for Ayala High School (Chino Hills, CA), Savanna High School (Anaheim, CA), Coronado High School (El Paso, TX) and many other programs throughout California and across the country. Peter is also a sought after band choreographer for fantastic programs including Leander High School (Austin, TX), North Shore H.S. (Houston, TX), Ayala H.S. (Chino Hills, CA), Mt. Carmel H.S. (San Diego, CA), James E. Taylor HS (Katy, TX), and James Martin HS (Arlington, TX).
In the winter season, he has been working as a designer and choreographer for programs such as RCC, Ayala HS, Dark Sky Percussion, and many other programs throughout Southern California.
In the drum corps world, Peter taught the Blue Devils 'B' in 2012 and has been on visual staff of the 18-time World Champion Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps since 2013. He is also the drill designer for the Mandarins Drum and Bugle Corps from Sacramento, CA.
Peter is humbled to have opportunities to work with some of the best programs and students in the world and is always striving to be a better instructor and designer. He lives in Fullerton, CA.
Austin Greene, Drill
Austin Greene is a professional visual designer and instructor from Raleigh, NC. Mr. Greene is an adjudicator for Drum Corps International, Bands of America, Winter Guard International, and numerous local circuits. He served as an instructor and Visual Caption Head for The Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps from 2012-2015. Previously, Mr. Greene has served as Director of Bands at Concord High School in Concord, NC, and Director of Bands and Performing Arts Department Chair at Durham School of the Arts. In 2010, he was hired as an adjunct instructor at the Dublin Institute of Technology's National Conservatory of Music in Dublin, Ireland. He has served for four years as a program consultant for the Bands of America Grand National Finalist Kennesaw Mountain High School Marching Band and works with the Western Carolina University “Pride of the Mountains” Marching Band. Mr. Greene attended Western Carolina University where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Education in 2003. He went on to earn his Master of Music in Conducting Degree from the University of Connecticut in 2006. Mr. Greene is in regular demand as a designer, clinician, and adjudicator throughout the United States and abroad.
Chris Carrasco, Drill
Chris Carrasco currently resides in San Jose, CA, where he serves as a "double-threat" designer/educator working both with percussion programs and visual programs. He is currently the percussion director of Live Oak High School (Morgan Hill, CA), the visual caption head of Homestead High School (Cupertino, CA), and the head choreographer for both the Vanguard Winter Percussion (Santa Clara, CA) and the Blue Devils B Corps. (Concord, CA).
Beyond his teaching assignments, Carrasco writes and designs shows for both the fall and winter idioms, and over the last decade has been responsible for the shows of over two dozen high school, middle school, and independent programs. Beyond the traditional charted drill, he has also done extensive work staging Winterguard ensembles around the San Francisco bay area.
Living in the bay area his whole life, Carrasco started his drum corps career in 2004 with the Blue Devils B corps playing Euphonium. He eventually made the switch to percussion, ending his DCI performing experience on Marimba. His WGI performing background is both in Winterguard and Percussion, as he performed with Glenbrook Independent Winterguard (Concord, CA) for several years before becoming the drum set player for the Sacramento Freelancers Indoor Percussion (CA). He is also well versed in concert percussion, and served as the principal percussionist for the San Jose State University Wind Ensemble before graduating with is BM in percussion performance in May 2013.