Tim Shetz Named Instructor of the Year

For the second year in a row, the students of the Motion Graphic Design department at Expression College for Digital Art voted Tim Shetz Instructor of the Year.

Some of the comments from the students:

  • Tim is knowledgeable and always willing to help outside of class hours.
  • A great teacher that listens and helps whenever you need it.
  • Always willing to help and has a great attitude!
  • Tim played a huge roll in my education while at Expression and helped me through many projects with his knack for creative direction.
  • Tim’s vast technical knowledge continues to astound me and I will always trust in his ability to solve any problem I may have.

The staff of C4Dtraining.com would like to congratulate Tim on this wonderful and well deserved award. ´╗┐It is amazing that Tim has such dedication to his students while he is so busy raising his newborn son.

- the staff



4 Responses to “Tim Shetz Named Instructor of the Year”
  1. arimo says:

    Very very good teacher! I need to watch his tutorial just once, and I already remember them. I am new to C4D and I find Tim to be the greatest. He is explaing everything so well and still he repeats it a second time a the end of the lesson. I think that contributes a lot to his professionalism in educating. Thank you ver very much for helping me!

  2. Marty says:

    You are the man. I think that you one of the best training ever. Thanks so much for all the tutorials that you have done–keep up the good work!

  3. Rutger says:

    I don’t know exactly know when you did receive that prize, but I know you are absolutly worth it.
    I’ve already followed some of your tutorials and can only say they are very educative.
    Thank you for teaching us, people from around the world, Cinema 4D!
    And congratualtions with your award :D

    Greetings from Holland

  4. Digital Soup says:

    Totally deserving! Congrats!

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