Ottavio, Teacher

BSc Music, Computing and Technology, Goldsmiths, UoL

Patience is a virtue! It is tempting to want to achieve great results in little time, but having the patience to learn bit by bit is always the best way to go!
  • Core topics
  • Python
  • Scratch
  • JavaScript
  • Specialist topics
  • Music Technology
  • Unity
* This teacher is currently unavailable for private tutoring

As a musician, I have always been fascinated by the role of technology in the arts. That is why I decided I wanted to study a degree that mixes subjects such as music arranging and pure coding. My coolest projects so far are definitely a Mario style platformer game, and an interactive music touch board that I built with a raspberry Pi and a conductive ink pen. I began teaching because I think the power and accessibility of technology makes it a great tool that anyone can use to express themselves. I believe that every kid should have the opportunity to learn the basics of coding, for a better future! Having even a basic knowledge of any coding language will shape the society of the future to better understand the ethics behind new technologies, as well as to assess their benefits and risks.

Teaching experience

  • Notting Hill Preparatory School
  • Ibstock Place School
  • Newham Sixth Form
  • Chepstow House
  • King Alfred School