Ted Wemhoff (Frisco, Texas) has been involved with pageantry arts as a designer, instructor, performer, administrator, and adjudicator. He began his pageantry career in 1982 at the age of 12, marching with River City Railmen Drum and Bugle Corps from Omaha, Nebraska. Other performance experiences include the Sky Ryders Drum and Bugle Corps of Hutchinson, Kansas and Contempo Winter Guard from Dallas, Texas. Wemhoff and his wife were directors of the Frisco High School color guard from 1995-2003 and served on the executive board of the North Texas Colorguard Association (NTCA) from 1997-2003. He was inducted into the North Texas Colorguard Association Hall of Fame in 2015 and currently serves NTCA as their Judges Coordinator. Wemhoff most recently worked as a visual design consultant and band dad for the Wakeland High School Band from 2013-2019. Wakeland High School is a five-time Bands of America (BOA) Regional Finalist, BOA Super Regional Finalist, and five-time Texas University Interscholastic League State Marching Band finalist. He also consulted with the Wakeland High School Winter Guard, a 2016 Winter Guard International (WGI) Scholastic Open Finalist, as well as the Coppell High School Winter Guard. Wemhoff began judging winter guard and marching band in 2002, judging for Winter Guard International as general effect judge in 2004, and for Drum Corps International as a visual judge in 2015. He has judged throughout the United States in local winter guard and high school marching band circuits, including Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit (FFCC), South Florida Winter Guard Association (SFWGA), Winter Guard Association of Southern California (WGASC), IHSCA, Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA), and more. He has also judged internationally in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Japan. Wemhoff currently lives in Frisco, Texas with his wife Melinda and their three cats.