Chris Latson graduated from the University of Houston in Houston, Texas with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication. His major was Media Production and his minor was Studio Art. While attending the University of Houston, Chris studied communication theory, communication law, and the production of mass media in all forms. He also worked with audio, video, programming, and many other electronic forms of media. While at the University of Houston, Chris also briefly studied various techniques related to broadcast and film writing.

Studying Studio Art at the University of Houston has provided Chris with a solid background in layout, graphical presentation, and photography. These skills have allowed Chris to further broaden his horizons in Media Production, while preventing him from becoming one dimensional in any one field of study.

Chris Latson finished a two year graduate program in Radio, Television, and Film at the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton, Texas. While at UNT, he successfully defended his master's thesis, titled "Contemporary Pirates", which was an examination of the perceptions and attitudes toward the technology, progression, and battles that surround modern day music piracy in Colleges and Universities.

After graduating with his MA in Radio, Television, and Film from the University of North Texas in August 2004, Chris Latson began working at the University of Houston-Downtown as an ITV Techniician. He currently still works at the university as a Video Engineer II in their Information Technology (IT) Division.