Travis”, who goes professionally by just the one name (It’s actually his last name), has performed on literally thousands of commercials, corporate videos, training presentations, documentaries, and internet multimedia productions.

Travis’s recent voice-over projects have included commercials for Disney and Dish Network, A “Making Of” video for the movie “Blades of Glory”, and a Los Angeles Emmy award-winning educational series aired on PBS stations. He voiced commercials for Cox Communications and The Orange County Performing Arts Center. Travis narrated the online interactive tour of Walt Disney Concert Hall for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, literally hundreds of training programs for the Los Angeles Fire Department, Honda, Kia, Mercedes, and Acura, Internet Education programs for Honda, promotional programs for Acura, and a retrospective of the Bob Hope Desert Classic for the USA network, and many others.

Documentaries he has narrated, include dozens of award-winning productions, including "America's 58 National Parks for Questar Entertainment" -which aired on PBS stations, The award winning "Crows of the Desert", the Emmy-Award winning PBS doc "Seeing Stars in Indiana", "OR-7-the Journey", projects for Google Earth's “Oceans” project, “Island of the Great White Shark”, “History of the Coronado Bay Bridge”, “Rockingham, the Road to Peace” and “In Search of Ambrosio Gonzales”, and many others.

Audio Description projects include , Steven Speilberg's "Lincoln", Disney's "Wreck-It-Ralph", "Iron Man 3" Marvel/Disney's "The Avengers", Paramount's "World War Z", and dozens of others.

Travis holds a Bachelor’s degree and California Teaching Credential in Radio-TV Broadcasting from California State University, Long Beach. Early in his career, he worked in Southern California radio, as Disc-Jockey and News Director.

Besides having a performing background, he also has a strong interest in technical aspects of the entertainment industry. For six years, he operated Orion Recording, in Costa Mesa, CA, a recording studio specializing in radio commercials and television/film audio, engineering radio commercials for the National Hot Rod association, audio for filmed training programs for the Navy and Atlantic Richfield, and hundreds of other projects.

Travis has also been a regular contributor to “Radio World” magazine, with a column on voice-overs and audio production.

Travis enjoys exploring the combining of artistic and technical aspects of media. He currently studies acting (and is part-time director of video/audio operations) at the Steve Eastin Studio, North Hollywood, CA. He resides in Los Angeles, California.

 Travis voiceover demos may be found at

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