Tommy Williams - EnVision 3D Designer

Tommy Williams

In his 30th year of teaching in the marching arts, Tommy has instructed/consulted in the area of design for multiple World and Open Class Drum Corps including: Spirit of Atlanta, Nite Express, Phantom Regiment, Magic, Crossmen, Boston Crusaders and the Blue Stars.

Tommy served on the design team for WGI champion Music City Mystique from 1995-2002 and also writes and consults with indoor drumline and winds programs. He is a sought-after and well respected consultant for high school marching band programs across the United States, including BOA finalists Southwest High School, Claudia Taylor Johnson, Cedar Ridge, Winston Churchill, Cedar Park High School and Minnesota state champion Anoka High School.

Mr. Williams owns and operates “T DUB DESIGNS” where he instructs marching and movement clinics nationally. Tommy currently resides in Wenatchee, WA with his wife Kelly and stepson Carson.

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Josh Brickey EnVision Designer

Josh Brickey

Josh is an active designer, arranger, composer, and educator in the southwestern Ohio area. Josh is currently the Percussion Caption Head for the Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps, Battery Coordinator and Snare Tech for Rhythm X, and Percussion Director for Kettering City Schools and the Kettering Fairmont Marching Band. Josh has also recently served as Percussion Director at Miamisburg High School and Northmont High School. He has also spent time teaching or arranging for notable program such as the Bluecoats Drum & Bugle Corps, Carolina Crown Drum & Bugle Corps, Miami University Marching Band, and Capital City Percussion (2013 PIO Champion).

Josh's extensive teaching career was sparked by his performing career and the world class instruction he received during those seasons. These programs include Carolina Crown Drum & Bugle Corps (2004), the Bluecoats Drum & Bugle Corps (2005), Trinity Indoor Percussion Ensemble (2000), and RhythmX (2003-2006).

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Joe Petruzzi EnVision 3D Drill Designer by Box5 Software

Joe Petruzzi

Joe is a rising marching band drill designer and avid EnVision 3D Drill Design software user since 2013. His ability to tell stories using EnVision’s creative tools and 3D animation have helped him gain many clients.

Joe is also a key content contributor on the new website. features short video tutorials from real drill designers who wish to share how they write drill for marching bands, indoor percussion, winter guards and drum corps. While there is no perfect formula on how to write perfect drill, the objective of these videos is to help you learn tricks and techniques from real designers. We hope these videos will inspire past, present and future designers to create entertaining shows using 3D drill design and animation software.

 Dan Schack EnVision 3D Drill Designer

Daniel Schack

Hailing from Connecticut, Dan has been involved in the marching arts since fourteen years old. He began playing snare drum with the Connecticut Hurricanes Drum & Bugle Corps in 2005 and continued marching with the corps through 2009. 

In 2010, Dan became a member of United Percussion and joined the Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps for the 2010 summer season, where he remained through 2011. During his time with the Cavaliers, the percussion section traveled to Japan to perform in the Okayama City Marching Baton-Twirling Festival and present clinics across the country.

In 2011, The Cavaliers earned the Fred Sanford High Percussion Award, during which time Dan was snare section leader. In the winters of 2011 and 2012, Dan joined Rhythm X, performing as the first ever WGI group to present a PASIC clinic.

Dan teaches and designs for competitive ensembles all over the country, specializing in battery percussion, movement, and choreography. He is currently on staff with the Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps (San Antonio, TX), Cadets Winter Percussion (Allentown, PA), and Rhythm X (Dayton, OH).

Outside of his musical endeavours, Dan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a concentration in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from the University of Connecticut. He will be returning to school in the Fall of 2016 to pursue a Master’s degree in English Literature with a certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wright State University.