Visual Design Partners

Eric Shriver

ERIC SHRIVER is a Percussion Educator and Battery/Visual Designer based in Southern California.

Currently, he serves as the the Percussion Director and Battery Designer at a number of local high schools, including Etiwanda, Rancho Cucamonga, South Torrance, and West Torrance — as well as at POW Percussion

Eric actively writes and designs Visual for a number of Indoor Percussion programs, and has openings in his schedule for a couple more clients

Check out Eric’s personal website for more Visual Design and Contact info


Eric is available for Winter Percussion Visual Design

Akira Torrijos

AKIRA TORRIJOS is a visual designer living in Southern California who has written for groups in DCI, WGI, SCPA, and Marching Band Circuits all over the country.

His visual designs have achieved first place in the finals performances of multiple circuits including SCPA, CSBC, and US Bands. He currently writes for multiple award winning groups such as Pacifica High School, Los Alamitos High School, Woodbridge High School, and Golden Empire Drum and Bugle Corps.


Noe Gomez

Noe Gomez is a lifelong resident of Los Angeles, California and prolific educator and designer within the marching arts. He has over seven years of performance experience, including Impulse, Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets, and half of a decade with the Santa Clara Vanguard, where he served as drum major from 2012 to 2015. 

Noe is immersed in the upper echelons of the marching arts, as he is a full time visual designer, judge, and clinician for both high school bands and independent programs. Noe served on the visual staff and as Assistant Visual Caption head  of the Santa Clara Vanguard. He is on the design team at Pulse Percussion, POW Percussion, Gold Indoor Percussion, Arcadia High School and many more. Noe is currently the Visual Caption Manager at Arcadia High School and Visual Design Assistant for the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps . Noe also serves as an advisor to the Color Guard Alliance of the Philippines and Impulso Marching Latino America.

As a designer, Noe prides himself on creating a cohesive visual package–one that is musically reflective, exciting, achievable, and fresh. He is passionate about cultivating a musical landscape that allows the performers to sound their best and integration that positively highlights the color guard. Noe upholds professionalism and communication as core elements of his work with all programs.


Steven Estudillo

Steven Estudillo was born and raised in Southern California. He is a graduate of La Mirada High School, and studied at California State University, Fullerton. As a performer, Steven was a member of Pacific Crest Drum and Bugle Corps and later performed with The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps, aging out in 2008.

Steven has been a Visual Designer, Educator, Creative Director, and Adjudicator since 2006. His designs have been represented by ensembles within Bands of America, Winter Guard International, and Drum Corps International circuits.

Upon aging out in 2008, Steven began his work as an instructor and designer within the drum corps activity. He worked with Pacific Crest as a visual instructor in 2009, then later served as the Visual Designer from 2010 – 2012. After a two-year hiatus from the ensemble, he returned as the Visual Designer and Creative Director from 2015 – 2021.

Simultaneously, Steven was a visual instructor for The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps from 2009-2015, serving as the Visual Caption Head starting in 2011.

During the winter seasons, Steven served as a Visual Designer and instructor for Pulse Percussion 2012 – 2022, and presently at Chino Hills High School since 2012, and designs for several other award-winning indoor percussion ensembles throughout the country.

In addition to his work in the United States, Steven has had the opportunity to branch out internationally and work with performing ensembles in South America, providing consultation and clinics to further spread the marching arts in different regions.

Steven currently resides in Ontario, CA. with his loving wife Lexie, and his three children, Emily, Ezekiel, and Elle.

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