Curtis is driven by the desire to create interesting things.

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Curtis shot and edited a short documentary about the Tucson music scene called The Whole Enchilada, produced by Sand Rubies’ guitarist Rich Hopkins and directed by Maggie Smith.

He also shot and edited a music video for the Beat Angels song She Shoots Starlight from their recently released album THE GUTTER SNOBS on Drastic Plastic Records.

He built the website for Tucson musical legend Billy Sedlmayr to promote the release of his new album

HARLEM RIVER DRIVE.

With the Los Angeles-based digital comedy collective Nightpantz, he has been a cinematographer, director, producer, actor, editor and marketing person for digital videos that received millions of views on Facebook, YouTube, Funny or Die, and WhoHaHa.

With world traveler, chowhound, and raconteur Chef Chris Clarke he helped create and executive produce the Something About Food? Podcast.

He currently provides logistical and creative support for the Tucson-based independent publisher R&R Press and their literary magazine Glue Gun.

He provided logistical and creative support for Spent Saints New Media. He created their Spent Saints & Other Stories website to help promote Brian Jabas Smith's collection of short stories by the same name. He collated assets and coordinated the YouTube release of a series of evocative micro shorts based on the collection, as well as directing one and shooting another. He was also the associate producer a series of shorts based on the collection, coordinated its release on Amazon Prime, and cut the trailer for the series.

He edited the award-winning documentary short film Tucson Salvage, shot additional footage, and created the website for both the film and the book Tucson Salvage: Tales and Recollections from La Frontera.  

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You can find more information about his film work on IMDb.

You can see more examples of his photography on Instagram.

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