Raleigh Green is a visual designer, a digital artist, a seasoned teacher, and a versatile performing guitarist. A graduate of the Design Track at bloc.io, he designs user interfaces and experiences that reimagine art, music, and education.
Raleigh is the independent developer of Sing and Trace ABC, an interactive iBook for iOS and macOS, and the Kids Switcheroo iPhone app. He has also contributed to numerous multimedia collaborations centered on technology, art, music and the web.
Raleigh holds a BFA from the University of Missouri, with a focus on watercolor, studio drawing, and computer-aided multimedia. While at MU, Raleigh studied with acclaimed watercolorist and cartoonist, Frank Stack.
An accomplished musician, Raleigh also studied with world-class musicians Charlie Banacos and Mick Goodrick and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music, where he was the recipient of the B.E.S.T Scholarship, Professional Music Award, and Quincy Jones Award. Raleigh regularly performs live with numerous bands and artists in the Boston area.
An educator for over two decades, Raleigh has taught at the National Guitar Workshop, Phillips Exeter Academy, Phillips Andover Academy, and now co-owns Medford Music Studio with his wife (singer-songwriter and music educator) Laura Brereton. Raleigh is the author of “The Guitar Style Resource" (Alfred Publishing) and “Guitar Altas: Jamaica” (Alfred Publishing), and is a proud artist endorsee for D'Addario strings, Planet Waves gear, and Hercules stands.