Curtis was born in Birmingham, AL. While in high school he was an avid 2D video game programmer and developer, which led him to take up IT while in college. He attended Oakwood University where he studied Computer Information Systems and worked as helpdesk support in their IT department then transferred to Lawson State to attain his Associates Degree and Short Certificate in Computer Science.
After graduating he worked as a Desktop Support Technician for the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute servicing and supporting anything from computers, cameras, and AV, exhibits, and surveillance. He enjoys new challenges as he is undoubtedly determined to assist and support in any issue brought to him.
During his free time, some of Curtis’s favorite things to do are to study on new technical concepts, go fishing, hiking, playing video games with friends, or creating them for others to enjoy. He also spends his time with his family any chance he gets.