Curtis “Void” Smith, a 2013 graduate of Peachtree Ridge High School, enjoyed his opportunity to be a part of a dance crew while in high school, from which he created The Bandits, a group of talented street dancers who performed at special events and in music videos. With his love of dance in tact, he also auditioned and advanced to the first round of competition for the popular ABC Network Show, So You Think You Can Dance. Curtis began his practical training in photography, drawing and other art mediums as a student at SCAD, before finding his niche in photography. His company, Void Space Productions, is an expression of art and life. He now exhibits his beautiful photography on canvas and as prints at area art festivals.
During the recent Peace, Love & Art in the Park Festival sponsored by The City of Suwanee, Curtis was presented with the prize of “Best Photography Booth” by the Mayor of Suwanee, Jimmy Burnett.
Even with all that he’s doing with his art, Curtis has also started a clothing line, CAS Play Collection, which features fashion-forward clothing made to inspire his customers to “Find the You in You.” The entire collection bears his signature icon that he created initially as a drawing.