Originally from Woodland Washington, Tyrelle started his love of music in the 5th grade learning to play any instrument he could get a hold of. Starting on the trumpet and moving through instruments such as the Baritone and the French Horn, he finally found the one instrument that really stuck with him, which is the Guitar. He started learning to play the guitar in 2010, and has been pushing himself to become more proficient at it ever since. In middle school he started playing in his High School Jazz band on the guitar. In 2017, he auditioned for the Clark College Jazz Ensemble and was the only High Schooler to play in that band that year. While in the Clark College Jazz Ensemble he traveled to many Universities and other venues to play. One such example was when his combo group was honored to play live at our local news station. Tyrelle is currently studying Film and Television with an Emphasis in sound, as well as minoring in Music Technology. After graduating High School and starting at La Sierra with Junior status, he has found a deep passion with music and sound. This passion has evolved into a love for leading worship, editing music in films, and teaching with AVPA.