Curtis has a passion and excitement for camping and a feeling of responsibility towards the traditions of Crystalaire and Lookout. After graduating from Michigan Technological University in 2002, he has worked at several camps, in various positions. Prior to working with Camp, he was an engineer designing safety equipment for various industries. However, camping was never far from his heart. In 2004 he formed a non-profit organization with the goal of helping children who would otherwise not have the opportunity to attend camp and participate in various outdoor adventures.
Brooke McFall, Curtis’s wife, is on the faculty of the University of Michigan as an assistant research scientist with the Institute for Social Research. Brooke and Curtis have been married since 2010 and have a four-year-old daughter, Leonie and a 1-year-old son, Cedar. During the summer Brooke spends much of her time at camp working remotely for the University of Michigan. They are excited about growing their own family while working hard to provide an atmosphere where children can enjoy the outdoors while experiencing a supportive and engaging community at Camp Lookout.