Meet our team
Before you invite someone into your home or business, it’s important to know a bit about them. Meet the Computer Cures teams below, so that you have a better idea of the sorts of people you’ll be dealing with.
For over 10 years, I have been helping people and small business owners manage their technology.
I am a true geek – obsessed with technology – maybe a little too obsessed? I love it.
When I am not busy working, I can be found riding my mountain bike at Lysterfield Park or along St Kilda Beach. I also like to keep fit by swimming once a week at Albert Park.
As you can probably tell from my surname, my heritage is Polish. Most of my family live in Poland, and I enjoy taking time out and visiting them when I can. On my last trip a few years ago, I visited 12 European countries in 8 weeks, and spent some fantastic time with my family.
Other interests and hobbies: Reading biographies, dirt bike riding, Formula 1, go-Carting, nutrition, European movies, 90’s Arnold Schwarzenegger movies, YouTube, travel, Polish cooking, the beach
Born in Oxford UK, Adam has lived in the Bayside area since arriving in Australia in 1998. As well as being an established UK-chart-topping musician and songwriter, he is a Certified Apple aficionado.
From an early age, Adam has been involved with synthesisers, computers, and music software, notably Emagic Logic Pro. His experience stretches back long before Apple acquired the software in 2002.
In 2008 Adam was approached by Australian Apple reseller Designwyse (now CompNow) to become their in-house and onsite Apple Certified Mac technician.
A few years later in 2013, Adam joined Apple Store Chadstone as a Genius (Certified Mac Technician). He participated in many product launches, as well as opening the new-look Chadstone store. Adam also became Apple Certified in Logic Pro X “just for the fun of it,” as he put it.
In 2018, Adam was presented with his five-year anniversary plaque for outstanding customer service signed by CEO Tim Cook. In early 2020, we were thrilled to have Adam join the Computer Cures team.
Other interests and hobbies: Fun fact: Adam’s cat Amarok is named after Mike Oldfield’s 1980 album of the same name and not the VW Ute. In his spare time, Adam continues to write songs, record, and produce at his home studio and recently purchased an electric scooter. He is an avid fan of his beloved hometown football team Oxford United and often awakes at 2 am on a Sunday to watch the game live.
Harry is passionate about technology, and with more than 25 years of experience in IT, it’s safe to say he knows his stuff.
Harry has worked with leading organisations like Packard Bell, Commonwealth Bank, Victorian and Federal Police, National Army Of Cyprus & United Nations, Tecs Computer Shop, and Dr PC as an onsite computer technician. He even networked E-Games Melbourne in 2006, 2007, and 2008, paving the way for future tech expos in the region.
Harry is a genuine problem solver and takes pride in helping others maximise their productivity with the power of technology.
Born in Melbourne, Harry loves his city and enjoys exploring in his spare time. He’s also a huge fan of documentaries, Formula 1, and science fiction movies and TV shows.
Fascinated by ancient cultures, languages, and foods of the world, Harry and his wife have travelled extensively. They’ve crossed a desert in Egypt on their own, canoed through the Delta River in Vietnam, and taken a bakery tour through Northern France.
Other hobbies and interests: Healthy food, gardening, stargazing, vehicle/flight simulator gaming, and fast cars.
Born in Perth, Katee moved to Melbourne in 2015. She now loves living in South Melbourne with her two crazy Bengal cats.
Katee began her career at just 15 in hospitality and events, training as a chef. Although her family is well known for their influence in the industry, Katee isn’t one to take the easy route, so she switched to IT.
After working at Telstra, she moved to iiNet where she stayed for five years working in accounts, technical support, retail shops, complaints, and the Mac specialist team. She made her way to Senior Technical Support and assisted with running workshops for seniors and disadvantaged primary school students.
Katee also has experience working for smaller internet service providers, including MyNetFone and Leaptel.
After more than 15 years in the industry, Katee is excited to continue doing what she does best at Computer Cures: provide excellent customer service.
Off the job, Katee is a keen street photographer, mad about all things Mac, and obsessed with Turkish culture, language, and cuisine, which she taught herself to cook during the second lockdown.
Other interests and hobbies: Photography, digital illustration, collecting vintage cameras, listening to the Rolling Stones, supporting the Western Bulldogs, and being the go-to person for friends and family with internet service provider issues.
Fred began his professional life studying Medical Science at Melbourne University before switching to Robotic & Digital Tech at Monash. His track record includes working for the Sydney Organising Committee for Olympic Games (he won the award for excellence from Herb Elliot), providing network and telephony support, programming IVR for IBM GSA, and working at Cendant Australasia as PABX (phone system) programmer.
Fred has also worked for numerous small IT businesses and ran his own MSP business for seven years, but his expertise doesn’t end there. He was a TAFE teacher for four years for the Diploma of Information Technology and Cert IV in programming, and worked for Casey Test and Tag as full-stack web developer.
Fred speaks four languages: Bahasa, Indonesian, Spanish, and English. And, although he lived in Queensland for four years, he is back in Melbourne to work at Computer Cures.
An avid soccer fan (he follows Italian team Juventus) and lover of motorsports, you’ll find Fred building water-cooled customer computers and go kart racing in his spare time.
Other hobbies and interests: Malaysian and Mexican food, fast cars (he used to own a Lotus Elise 111R sports car), creating apps and programming, and travelling (especially to the outback).