Our Tutors

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Mark Batho
Founder + Owner

Fusion Math Founder / Owner.
M.Eng. Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
B.Sc. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cum Laude, Seattle University

Former Lecturer (2004-2010), Civil Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle.  Member of SU and UBC Varsity Alpine Ski Teams.  MIT, Smith College, and Stanford Assistant Ski Team Coach. Road Cycling, Mountain Biking, Skiing, Hiking, Windsurfing, and German Car Enthusiast.

Mark is a tutor of the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, ACT, GRE, SSAT, ISEE, all levels of Middle and High School Mathematics including Calculus, Physics as well as Calculus Based Physics.  Mark lives in the Bryant neighborhood of Seattle with his wife Julianna and his young children.

Mark is available select hours Monday to Thursday
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Kyle Humphrey
Kyle Humphrey

M.S. Biostatistics, University of Arizona
B.S. Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, B.S. Biochemistry, and B.S. Chemistry, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

After riding his bicycle over 4,000 miles across the Western US and spending a season as a wilderness ranger in Northern Alaska, Kyle landed in Seattle in 2012.

Kyle instructs all levels of math from pre-algebra through calculus. He also specializes in Statistics, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology, and Math for the SAT, ACT (incl. science), SSAT, ISEE

Kyle’s style is flexible, presenting material from a variety of different angles based on what works best for the student. He strives to keep learning experiences informal and fun.

Kyle is available on a flexible schedule.  Please CONTACT US to arrange. 
Maddie Romansic


B.A. Mathematics, University of Washington

Maddie specializes in middle and high school math and geometry through pre-calculus, including UW MATH 120 (also called UW PreCalculus at the High School Level).

Maddie really enjoys working with kids and strives to be a creative and empathetic tutor that takes a methodical approach and treats no concepts as "obvious."

Maddie is available after 3:00pm Monday to Thursday for one to one tutoring. 
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William Holden
B.S. Chemical Engineering, B.S. Physics, University of Cincinnati
Ph.D. Physics, University of Washington, anticipated 2019

William is available to tutor all levels of math and physics, from elementary to undergraduate, as well as high school chemistry and even Japanese.

William is a graduate student at UW, pursuing a Ph.D. in physics as a member of the x-ray spectroscopy group, which uses x-rays to study matter under a wide range of conditions, from tabletop vacuum experiments with low-energy x-rays, to world-class facilities like SLAC's x-ray free electron laser at Stanford. He has two years experience as a teaching assistant for undergraduate physics courses and labs, and loves sharing his passion and enthusiasm with students by helping them see the bigger picture and real-world applications of what they're learning. 

William is available for one-to-one tutoring weekday evenings and anytime most weekends.
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Henry Brinkerhoff

B.S. Physics, University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D. Physics, University of Washington, anticipated 2016

Henry’s subjects include physics and math from elementary to graduate levels, as well as computer science, statistics, chemistry, and biology from elementary to undergraduate levels. He also offers preparation for standardized tests including AP Exams, ACT, SAT, SAT2 and Subject Tests, as well as GRE. He has extensive experience working with students with developmental or learning disabilities.

Henry is pursuing his PhD in physics at UW, working on a new technique using biological nanopores and precision electronics to observe individual molecules. This technology can be used to analyze and sequence DNA, understand protein function, and make extremely precise measurements of tiny molecular movements. Henry uses physics, math, computer science, chemistry and biology on a daily basis, and will be more than happy to talk your ears off about real-world applications of the concepts you’re learning!

Henry is available Monday to Thursday evenings hours and weekends for one to one tutoring.  Please CONTACT US to arrange. 
Gene Dennis

B.S. Physics, University of Texas
M.S. Physics, University of Washington

Gene's subjects include math from elementary school to differential equations, physics, chemistry, and statistics.  He also offers preparation for standardized test including AP Exams, ACT, SAT, SAT2 subject tests, GRE, SSAT, GMAT, and LSAT.

Gene also teaches the Verbal Components of the SAT, ACT, ISEE, and SSAT Tests and teaches both the Math and Verbal sections of our SAT and ACT Classes.

Gene has been tutoring for more well over a decade and has worked with more than 1,500 students.  Gene works with students at all math levels. Those competing for top spots in their class will achieve a deeper understanding of the material and its applications and those struggling in math will learn to connect the dots so math makes sense again.  Gene likes to say that his priority is to make math a little less miserable and a little more fun for everyone!

Gene is available for one-to-one tutoring on weekday afternoons and evenings as well as all day on weekends.  Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Tyson Price
Tyson Price

B.S. Physics, Mathematics Minor, Carnegie Mellon University 2013
Ph.D. Physics, University of Washington, anticipated 2020

Tyson tutors math up through calculus and differential equations and physics through the graduate level. Tyson is a UW physics graduate student and has several years of training and experience teaching at UW. He is also available to tutor German through the B2/C1 CEFR level including grammar help and conversation practice. 

Tyson’s own research is focused on high energy particle physics, mathematics, and symmetry. 

He is available for one on one tutoring during select hours in the week and weekend.  

Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Kerkira Stockton
Kerkira Stockton

B.A. Physics, Hamilton College
M.S Physics, University of Washington, 2017

Kerkira’s subjects include math from elementary school to calculus, Physics up to a graduate
level, as well as computer science, biology, and French. She has experience working with all
ages and loves to find new ways of approaching problems.

Kerkira pursued her PhD in physics at UW, in the nuclear experimental research department and finished with a Master Degree in 2017.  She used math, computer science, and physics both in
classes and out for many years, and would love to share her love of those subject with students.

Kerkira is available Sunday-Thursday afternoons and evenings.

Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Julianna Bethune
Julianna Bethune

BS. Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering, expected 2019

Julianna is available to tutor mathematics, up to and including Calculus. Julianna has experience working with kids of a variety of ages and has four years of experience coaching youth volleyball. Julianna likes to make math fun and wants to help kids find enjoyment in learning about math.


Outside of tutoring and volleyball, Julianna is currently an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering with a minor in Applied Mathematics from the UW. She hopes to pursue a Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering after graduating from UW in 2019.


Julianna is available most weekday afternoons and evenings.  Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Laura Smit
Laura Smit

B.S. Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, University of Washington
Anticipated 2018

Laura is available to tutor physics and math up to and including calculus. She has eight years of experience coaching and teaching sailing to kids of all ages.  Laura enjoys sharing her passion for math and science while helping students reach their fullest potential in these areas.

Laura is a current undergraduate at UW pursuing a degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, with a focus in fluids. When not in class, she can be found out on the water. She has competed in multiple national championships while sailing with the UW sailing team.

Laura is available weekday afternoons and evenings.  Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Cameron Wright
Cameron Wright

B.A. Mathematics, Carleton College 2016

Cameron tutors mathematics up to and including college level courses. He has a total of 8 years of tutoring experience, 4 of which were dedicated to middle school/high school level tutoring, and 4 of which focused more on late high school and college mathematics.

After graduating in 2016 with a Bachelor's degree in math, Cameron studied for a year in Hungary on a Fulbright award. He is currently living in Seattle, taking dance courses and tutoring while applying for PhD programs in pure mathematics. When not working on math, Cameron can most frequently be found in a dance studio, either dancing or thinking about (you guessed it) math.

Cameron is available on a very flexible schedule.  Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Andrew Baumgartner
Andrew Baumgartner

B.A. Physics & Mathematics, Manhattan College
University of Washington; Ph.D. Theoretical Physics, anticipated 2017

Andrew’s subjects include math and and physics, from elementary to graduate level, including standardized test prep, such as ACT, SAT, ISEE, SSAT.

After obtaining his BS in physics and mathematics from Manhattan College, Andrew switched coasts to obtain his PhD in theoretical physics from UW. Andrew literally does math for a living and loves to share his tricks and tips with eager learners.

In his free time, Andrew likes to enjoy live music, comedy and nature. He is also an amateur writer. Andrew is available weekday mornings before 9am and evenings after 5:30pm.   

Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Paul Malinowski
Paul Malinowski
B.S Physcis, B.S Mathematics; University of California, San Diego
PhD Physics, University of Washington, Anticipated 20216

Paul is available to tutor in mathematics and physics from introductory to advanced levels, and has experience tutoring and teaching people of all ages, including teaching music at a summer camp and as a TA in undergraduate physics.  He recieved undergraduate degrees in mathematics and physics and now is pursuing his PhD in physics at the University of Washington.  

His research involves using novel materials such as superconductors and topological semimetals in an effort to understand and eventually control the collective behaviors of many body quantum systems.  Paul loves the fact that he is able to use math and physics every day to discover new things about the world, and he revels in teaching others these subjects and showing them how they manifest themselves in everyday phenomena.  

Paul is available weekday evenings and on weekends.    Please CONTACT US to arrange.
Julian Freedland
Julian Freedland
B.S. Nanoscale Science, B.S. Mathematics, University at Albany, 2017
Ph.D. Molecular Engineering, University of Washington, anticipated 2022
Julian loves interdisciplinary fields and how the math and sciences were built from the ground up. If you really want to make his day, ask him why he thinks math and science are beautiful.

Julian is also a jazz percussionist, movie buff, and self-proclaimed semi-professional thrift store shopper!


His research at UW deals with single-molecule dynamics, which lie at intersection of math, computer science, physics, and biology. Julian enjoys using this interdisciplinary approach to explain concepts to students from many different perspectives.

Julian is always excited to tutor up to college-level physics, chemistry, biology, and math. He is also available to contribute to upper-level college coursework by request.
Julian is available Monday-Thursday afternoons and evenings, and mid-day on Sundays.
Please CONTACT US to arrange. 
Charles Camacho
Charles Camacho
B.A. Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley, 2012
M.Sc. Mathematics, Oregon State University, 2016
Ph.D. Mathematics, Oregon State University, anticipated 2019

Charles tutors all levels of mathematics, including algebra, precalculus, geometry, test-prep, and calculus.

Charles is a PhD candidate in Mathematics at Oregon State University, finishing his dissertation while living in Seattle. He received his BA in Mathematics at UC Berkeley. He has been the lead instructor of two calculus courses at the university level, and has been a teaching assistant for over four years. He has tutored hundreds of students in mathematics and related fields, and earned a graduate student teaching award. His research is at the intersection of number theory, topology, and combinatorics.

Charles is generally available for one-on-one tutoring on Mondays, Fridays and weekends.
Charles is available Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Please CONTACT US to arrange. 

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