Travis - A Visual Musician - has been dancing since he was 3 years old, starting at his mother's studio (Denise Wall's Dance Energy) training in jazz, lyrical, and contemporary. In his early years, Travis performed on the Showstopper American Dance Championships television show, where he, along with "Dance Energy" won the competition. He made his Broadway debut in the 2001 revival of The Music Man, playing the roles of Eddie Mason and Barney Hix and understudying the young male lead, Winthrop. Travis has won several regional and national dance titles, including "Outstanding Male Teen Dancer" (in 2003). Travis was featured in the book Moving Still: A Live Performance, and later toured with the stage show of the same name. He has also performed with the American Dance Artists Company. In 2006, he became the runner-up in the search for America's Favorite dancer on So You Think You Can Dance, where he later toured with the top 10 dancers as the dance captain. While living in New York and LA., he assisted Wade Robson and Adam Shankman on many TV and movie projects. Travis has been asked back as a resident choreographer for So You Think You Can Dance where he has created memorable pieces. He was then also asked to choreograph for the TV show Dancing with the Stars. He was the assistant choreographer on the 82nd Academy Awards, and set a ballet on the Los Angeles City Ballet Company. Travis also choreographed the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. Currently based in LA, Travis has collaborated with Nick Lazzarini and Teddy Forance, to create his dream; an LA based contemporary dance company called "Shaping Sound." The company's performance of "Without You" on Dancing with the Stars nominated Travis, Nick and Teddy for an Emmy nomination! Along with the dancers of Shaping Sound and his fellow creators, Travis is starring on Oxygen network's new reality docu-series All the Right Moves, which follows the creators' journey as they launch their company and live together in Hollywood. Travis continues to keep opening up new doors to his career and leading a new generation of choreographers!