The 2014 season is certainly going to showcase a new INFINITY. Joining Noah Bellamy and Arthur Goodman, and leading the program design for the World ensemble will be Andrew Ebert, a successful designer with a lot of experience both indoors and out. Read below for more information about this exciting new member of the Infini-Team.
Andrew Ebert is a full time designer and clinician for the marching arts based out of Greenville, SC where he lives with his wife. He has a degree in Secondary Education from Western Michigan University.
Andrew, originally a resident of Michigan, got his start in WGI Percussion as the director and visual designer for the Plymouth-Canton Indoor Percussion in 2007. In the group’s first year competing in WGI, they enjoyed a 6th place finish in PSW at WGI Finals. The following year Andy was one of the co-founders of Redline Percussion from Canton, MI. In Redline’s four years of existence, the group experienced four WGI Finals appearances and two top five placements. Andrew has worked with numerous groups throughout WGI that include finalists in A, Open, and World Class.
Andrew is also very active in DCI. After aging-out in 2004 with The Blue Devils, he became a staff member at Carolina Crown. He was moved in to the role of Visual Caption Head at the age of 24 for the 2007 season, a position that he held for five years. During this time, Crown went from 8th place at DCI Finals to 2nd place in just three years, and has continued as a fan favorite in the activity. Andrew is currently the drill designer and caption supervisor for The Madison Scouts, and the drill designer for The Troopers.
Andrew works as a drill designer for the fall marching band activity as well. He has been privileged to work with programs that have achieved great levels of success including state championships, regional championships, and BOA Grand National Finalists.