Executive Director (Drum Corps & Indoor Percussion)ADMINISTRATION STAFF
David Becker is an active Percussion Instructor and designer based in the Southern California area.
This is David’s 5th year with Watchmen. As one of the co-founders of the organization in 2013 he started out working as the Percussion Caption Head for the Drum Corps from 2013-2015. In 2014 he was also appointed Asst. Corps Director. In 2015 he was promoted to Executive Director by the Board of directors where he still holds this position today.
David also oversees Watchmen’s Winter Percussion program which competes locally in SCPA, WGI and ADLA were this group has medaled in every season thus far.
Currently, he is the Percussion Caption Head for Riverside King High School and oversees the development of Earhart and Miller Junior High Schools. He has also worked for the Nationally Award Winning Chino High School 77th Cavalry 1997-2013, Ramona High School, Patriot High School, Rubidoux High School, Norte Vista High School, Los Altos High School, Colony High School, Moreno Valley High School and Grace Yolky Middle School.
David was the bass tech for the Velvet Knights Drum and Bugle Corps 2007-2009 & 2011-2012 In addition, David was the bass tech for the 2013 SCPA Silver Medalist Dark Sky Percussion and worked for Pulse Percussion as the Bass tech in 2008.
David teaches up and coming students of all ages and levels throughout the community. His performance experience includes programs such as Chino High School, the Velvet Knights Drum and Bugle Corps, The Sound Machine of the Inland Empire Youth Band (Percussion Captain), and Riverside Community College (Bass line Section Leader).
David is endorsed by Innovative Percussion, Treeworks Chimes and Remo Drum Heads.
Battery Caption Head/Battery Arranger (Drum Corps & Indoor Percussion)
This will be Harry’s second season as both Battery Caption Head and Percussion Arranger.
Harry is an active educator in Southern California. He has taught at organizations such as Dark Sky Percussion, Gold Drum and Bugle Corps, Poway High School, Mt. Carmel High School, Chino High School, Westview High School, and Grossmont High School. His performance experience includes Alternative Percussion Ensemble (2005-2010) and Academy Drum and Bugle Corps (2008). In 2016, he graduated Summa Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music (B.M.) with a major in Film Scoring. While there, he studied drum set performance under Sergio Bellotti, Tony “Thunder” Smith, Henrique De Almeida, Bertram Lehmann, Neal Smith, and Larry Finn.
Harry has written for groups such as Ramona High School, Grossmont High School, Westview High School, Mayfair High School, Velvet Knights Drum and Bugle Corps, Springs Valley High School, Ramona Riverside High School, Riverside King High School, Mission Hills High School, among other schools within the US.
Harry is currently a freelance composer in the greater Los Angeles area pursuing a career in film scoring.
This will be Brian’s first season as an instructor with the Watchmen Winterline.
Brian, From California, has been involved with percussion since he was child. He marched all 4 years in High School, and marched in the San Diego Alternative Percussion group alongside Harry Hutchins. He studied electronic production and design while attending Berklee College of Music. He has an active ear, with a pension for natural approaches to drumming. He has taught at San Pasqual High School, San Pedro Music School for Children, and countless private lessons.
He is currently the Program Technology Manager for a Marketing Agency in Hollywood, CA.
Adam has worked as a professional drummer and music educator for the past 15 years in Ventura and Los Angeles. He has a degree in Music Performance/Jazz Studies from California State University Northridge where he graduated in 2013 and is currently an Artist in Residence for Drumchannel.com. He has worked with groups such as Dark Sky Percussion, Gold Coast Independent, the Velvet Knights and the Watchmen. Previously he has worked with high school groups such as Oxnard High School, Rio Mesa High School, Royal High School and Lincoln Park High School.
This is Connor’s first season teaching with Watchmen Indoor and he has taught with
Mission Hills High School(2015-2016).
He has marched in both Winter and Summer groups including, marching his age out
with Watchmen Drum and Bugle Corps(2014-2017), is a founding member of
Watchmen Indoor(2015), and was a member with POW Percussion(2016-2017). He currently resides in El Cajon.
Colin lived in Riverside California since August of 2014, and have since marched 3 falls with the RCC Marching Tigers, one winter with Dark Sky Percussion, and two winters with RCC Indoor Percussion. From Valdosta, GA, where he graduated from Lowndes High School (the first high school to have signed with System Blue for Brass), and went on to march one summer with Atlanta CV. Colin was also a drummer with Sidle Entertainment, the organization responsible for the L.A. Clippers and Chicago Bulls drumlines, among numerous past and TBH clients. Colin currently a student studying choral and orchestral composition, and sings with the RCC’s renowned Chamber Singers. He also like long walks on the beach and large dogs.
This is Rebecca’s first season with Watchmen indoor percussion concluding her first season as Caption Head for the 2017 summer season.
Her past experience includes Watchmen Drum and Bugle Corps, Ramona High School, Oak Hills High School, and Nogales High School. She graduated from Patriot High School being involved with the marching band program all 4 years.
After high school she would perform with the RCC Marching Tigers for the ‘13, ‘14 and ‘15 seasons being section leader her final season. She was a founding member for Watchmen Soundsport in 2013 and became section leader for the 2014 Drum Corps season. As an indoor performer she has performed with Dark Sky Percussion for the ‘14 and ‘15 season and spent her age out with Pow Percussion in 2016.
Rebecca currently resides in Buena Park with a Professional Makeup Artist certificate.