Sgt. 1st Class Curt Loter has been drawing all his life and received a degree in graphic design and fine arts before joining the Army in the 25M multimedia illustrator position. At his first duty station in the 55th Combat Camera he focused on photography. In addition to photography, Loter also worked on graphic design projects. Seeing that he was exceptionally good at and passionate about graphic design, he was selected to go to Army graphics at the Pentagon. After a couple of years, he transferred to Fort Bragg to work with Special Operations units. Loter is now a resident at the U.S. Army Museum Support Center, where his goal is to produce art that depicts the lesser known side of the Army. Finding memorable and genuine moments, such as the boredom felt on a watch and the exhaustion following a firefight.