A Millington native, Harold Curry has seen his share of adversity.
As an adolescent, he said he made several bad choices and found himself in trouble with the law.
After serving more than four years at a Shelby County penal farm, he made the ultimate decision to go for his dream: design.
"I've been drawing since I was 2 years old" said Curry.
With a lack of motivation, he says he abandoned his passion for design because he felt the streets had more to offer.
"It doesn't take long before you realized that doing the wrong thing with lead you to the wrong place" he said.
"I've come to the conclusion that unless I stay focused on my goals, I can't move forward" Curry added.
With a bracket folder filled with images of clothing, footwear, and hat designs, Curry enthusiastically shows off his work.
"Right now I'm drawing everyday. I don't really have a method to how I create my designs.