Colleen Clark, Assistant Professor of Music Technology, Audio Engineering, and Ear Training began teaching at Salisbury University in 2010. Her education background includes a MA degree from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University in Audio Sciences and a BA degree from the University of Notre Dame in Mathematics and Music Theory/History. She studied jazz guitar with Donald W. Savoie and jazz percussion with Bill Nicks.
Colleen Clark has worked as a professional musician for over fifteen years, performing with a number of artists including Little Sister, Still Life, Red Letter Day, The Channel Surfers, MOBB, Lawrence (Scotty) Scott, Johnny Hiland, Bill (Stix) Nicks, Regis Philbin, The Zen Monkeys, Wicked Jezabel, and Sonia & Disappear Fear. For ten years, she helped direct a Rock and Roll Summer Camp in Rehoboth Beach, DE, which gathers young musicians from across the mid-Atlantic region and exposes them to the trials and tribulations of professional musicianship.
Clark worked as the Lead Engineer at AMi-Seagull Studios in Salisbury, MD and continues to work as an independent sound technician, acoustical consultant, recording engineer, and session musician. She has engineered and produced albums for many artists throughout the mid-Atlantic region, including Three Words by Narissa Bond, which was nominated for several national awards. At Salisbury University, she teaches Music Technology, Audio Engineering, Ear Training, and Acoustics and oversees the Audio Recording Club.
Clark's debut solo album "As the Crow Flies" was released in 2013 and is currently available on iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify. She is currently working with producer Erin McKeown on her second album, which is due for release in 2016.