Growing up in Australia Travis developed a passion for all things creative and fashion forward in the arts capitol of Melbourne. From learning to sew at a young age to spending much of his childhood in the art studios of family friends, Travis went to art school where he focused on fashion design and media content . After taking some time shadowing two artists, Travis decided to move back to California and enroll in college for Fashion Merchandising. This lead him to multiple internships, and even a brief stint as a visual merchandiser and window designer for the likes of Prada and Isaia. Ultimately his career as a stylist started after getting hired for a visuals job at a fashion label , even though the company closed that particular department.. But with his vast experience and assistant styling work the company brought him on as the stylist for ecom and product photography.. It wasn’t long before a creative artist agency found Travis and signed him as a wardrobe stylist. He quickly went on to style for the likes of, Levis, The Gap and Walmart. He was fortunate to work with designers like Oscar De La Renta and Zac Posen, all while styling editorial shoots in his spare time. In addition to a solid grasp of fashion trends, Travis maintains a strong focus on his client’s needs. This results in high-efficiency project management that delivers on time and on budget photo shoots. People have often commented that the reason he has made his mark in the styling world is his sharp eye for detail, quick thinking, and an outgoing personality.