Born in South Kingstown, Rhode Island, Keith grew up an Army brat where he spent time in Virginia, North Carolina, Texas, Georgia and then moving to Stuttgart, West Germany in 1984. In 1987, his father died in service. That same year Keith graduated from high school and enlisted in the Army himself.
After basic training and AIT, he was stationed in Berlin, West Germany until he left the Army in 1992. During his time of service he witnessed the fall of the Soviet Union and the Berlin Wall. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the U.S. Army shut down Berlin Brigade, and he was assigned to help with the tear down effort. (Yes, he has a piece of the Wall.) He later attended ‘The Wall’ concert performed by Roger Waters in July of 1990 that commemorated the fall of the Berlin Wall eight months earlier.
Once his enlistment was over with the Army, he moved to San Antonio, TX and started working as an apprentice fabricator for Autotest, an industrial manufacturing company. While there, he changed jobs from fabricator, to draftsman, and then to 3D artist. He left Autotest to work for Electronic Data Systems (EDS) as a designer. At EDS he learned HTML and PHP and started doing back-end web development full time for about 15 years. When he left that job he switched over to UI/UX at Schadler Kramer Group, and has been doing a mix of front-end, back-end, and 3D work ever since.
Along the way, he moved to Las Vegas around 2002. Currently, he claims to have way too many hobbies that include: gaming (console and PC), electronics (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, other SBCs), 3D modeling/animation, 3D printing, collecting Star Wars toys, collecting old Commodore computers, and fast cars.