The Sharpshooter, Driver and Lookout: Fraser Campbell (Tenor and Soprano Saxophone) -
With 20/20 eyesight, a provisional learner's permit issued by the Perthshire County DMV and a much argued lineage to Robert the Bruce (the King of Scotland in 1306 who with perseverance was eventually victorious over the British by watching a spider build a web in the cave in which he was hiding), Fraser Campbell is a master marksman and saxophonist from Perth, Scotland on the banks of River Tay, now residing in New York City not far from where Peter Cooper's glue manufacturing plant once stood. Campbell is also co-leader of NYC's Secret Architecture, as well as a member of Alter View, Austin Bats and The Feshiebridge Orchestra. Prior to relocating to New York, Fraser completed degrees from Berklee and William Paterson where he was bestowed the Quincy Jones, Donald Dewar Arts and Graduate Scholar awards, as well as receiving scholarships from the Scottish International Education Trust, The Perth Guildry and the Forteviot Charitable Trust. The Glasgow Herald once described his marksmanship as "fearlessly creative." In his spare time, he teaches the saxophone, piano, recorder, Suzuki method, creativity and improvisation to a broad range of students aged 3-18. Campbell is currently on a tear against the U.S. craft beer industry to substantially reduce its ABV content of Wee Heavy/Scotch-style ales in conformity with more traditional Scottish standards.