Well he did say the first lesson was free...
So I'm wondering if he can help me with FMOD Studio, FMOD Designer, Wwise and other interactive audio middle ware... Doesn't seem to have anything of the sort listed.
Anyways, I think people would be more interested with someone with more experience in the industry. The lack of shipped titles on the website can be quite a turn off to people, and honestly most people don't listen to too many demos and if they do they only listen to a few seconds at best.
I teach/tutor on the side privately, but I don't think this would really help people as much as you'd think :\
In my experience what I've done that I think does help the most:
Be active in music/game/film/whatever media communities
Write helpful blogs/tutorials or even videos
Give public presentations at related events; Game/Film/Media Conventions and Festivals
Also, I don't think a degree in music composition alone isn't really something TOO related to composing music for media. Yeah, you learn the basic compositional techniques but most compositional degrees entail writing in modern concert compositions which is completely the opposite function of media music.
Like many of us here, we offer our help for free.
So yeah. Need lessons, advice on anything related to the gaming or media industry. I'm here. As well as many other talented musicians here on NG.
Also if you are attending PAX and/or GDC, this year come to my video game music related panels and workshops... For free! (For attendees, that is.) ;D