Justin Shelley

I grew up in the country and had a very active childhood. I learned to ride a motorcycle at 5, got bucked off a horse at 6, and learned to drive our 1946 Jeep sitting on my father’s lap because I was too small to touch the pedals. At 11 years old I helped dig a basement out from under the home we lived in with shovels, picks and wheelbarrows. And I don’t mean I “helped” by asking questions. I mean I moved a LOT of dirt with my bare hands.At 12 I bought, built, flew, and crashed my first radio-controlled airplane. I bought it with money I earned myself, and it was NOT a cheap toy. That was a crushing experience. But it didn’t stop me. I loved airplanes from a very early age and continued flying R/C models for many years.I played the piano quite well as a teenager, played soccer, ran track (sprints), played the saxophone in marching band, and did my best to get into trouble as any responsible teenager would do.Today, when I’m not running my business, I’m running on my treadmill training for my next marathon. Or riding my Harley Davidson Ultra Limited. Or working on my son’s 1986 Firebird. Or flying drones with my other son. Or hanging out with my wife, my oldest daughter and her boyfriend. We love to just relax, drink a glass of wine, watch a movie, or just talk.I attribute much of my love for technology and business to my father. But more importantly, my father taught me the value of hard work and determination. If my dad wanted something done, he could do it. He remodeled and added onto the homes we lived in, and even built a couple from the ground up. I learned by example that if I wanted something badly enough, and wasn’t afraid to get my hands dirty, I could have it.When I was around 12 years old, my father brought home our first computer. The Apple IIe. I was in love! While my siblings and friends played video games, I learned to write code. Programming was the most amazing adventure for me. I spent hours learning to speak the language of this new machine that was quickly becoming a huge part of my life.My first computer-related job was installing Ethernet cable it the University of Nevada Reno where I was studying Computer Science. I climbed through crawl spaces and attics with cable tied to my belt, squeezing through spaces so tight that I almost got stuck more than once. I’m not claustrophobic, but this nearly converted me. I eventually graduated to more technical jobs as I worked for two local computer shops. I was fired from the first job, largely because I wasn’t qualified and was in over my head. The second job was a better fit and I thrived. But I hated the fact that I was getting paid $8/hour while being billed out at $85. Something had to change. And Master Computing was born. I officially filed the paperwork in November of 1997.Success is never a straight line and my journey has been rocky at times. There have even been a couple detours. For a few years I took a hiatus into the world of aviation and became an air-ambulance pilot flying Cessna 421s. But soon enough the siren song of technology drew me back in. Version 2 of Master Computing was born in 2010 and I couldn’t be happier!
Joe Melot

Joe started working with technology in his early childhood, and routinely took apart computers, arcade cabinets, and just about anything with a circuit board as early as age 13. He received his education in Computer Engineering Technology from Texas Tech University and completed my CCNA at Richland College. Continual training as the world of technology evolves excites and motivates him to stay one step ahead of the bad guys. He was born and raised in Lubbock, Texas, where his family raised cattle and grew cotton.  Working in the West Texas heat helped facilitate a growing admiration for working inside an air-conditioned building.In his spare time, he enjoys sports of all kinds, and is often grilling and watching the Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, or whatever is playing on the Ocho.
John Magee
Systems Administrator

John has been working at Master Computing since 2017 and has 8+ years of experience in the IT field. He is a proud graduate of North Central Texas College. He brings a great sense of humor to the office and always has a joke ready to share.In his spare time, John enjoys mathematics and art and combining the two. He also enjoys gaming and experimenting with new recipes.
Brad Hawkins
Compliance Specialist

Brad has been working in the IT field since 1991 and has gained in-depth knowledge from working with a wide array of clients. When he’s not working, Brad enjoys music and has a Master of Performing Arts in percussion. He performs regularly in local theaters throughout the metroplex and when the theaters open again, he will be playing his 63rd Broadway show. Brad enjoys working at Master Computing because everyone consistently does their best work and every day there is a learning opportunity.

Andrea Antle

Andrea comes to Master Computing with over 20 years experience in finance and accounting. Everything from running a small business to Controller of a multi-million dollar company. Her background also includes decorating. She has an eye for color and has often helped with remodeling and decorating projects. In her spare time, she enjoys walking her dogs to the lake and spending time with family and friends.

Cheri Moorhead
Marketing Manager/Office Manager

Cheri has been working with Master Computing since 2018. She has 30+ years working in C-Level executive offices. Originally from upstate New York, Cheri and her husband relocated when her husband’s job was transferred to Texas.  In her spare time, she loves to travel and explore the world, near and far.

Ally Atkinson
Marketing Manager

Ally is a recent graduate of The University of Alabama Culverhouse College of Business. Ally graduated with a double Major in Marketing and Finance and a Minor in Computer Technology and Applications. She started working with Master Computing in April of 2020 and is responsible for leading B2B marketing efforts, overseeing our team of four marketing and sales professionals and managing the annual spend. In her spare time Ally enjoys traveling and spending time with friends, family, and her dog, Scout.
Chris Rendon
Help Desk Technician

Chris has been building and fixing computers since the age of 12 and has 20+ years of experience in IT. Chris has won awards for outstanding customer service and being the monthly top performer. When he’s not building or fixing computers, Chris is a family man and enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.

Cameron Shelley