On The Lady Is A Doll set with Alice Williamson & Wes Brown.
On the set of A Requiem for a Nightingale.
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Travis has written numerous pieces for the stage, screen, and academia. Having covered virtually every genre, his works range in length from two minutes to two hours.
He is currently working on his first novel.
He authored the screenplay for all 32 of the Hedges Pictures films, many of which have won awards. They include: The 54 Day Creep (Best Writing), Dance World Revelations (Best of the Fest), The Lady Is A Doll (Best of the Fest), Darth Apprentice (Best Comedy), Ballet For Children-Unauthorized 3 (Best Comedy), and Must Love Board Games (Best Gaming Film).
His writing and vision for Roar into Action won the first film in the series the award for "Best Children's Short" at the 2007 New York Independent Film Festival.
For the Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre he authored 3 versions of their award-winning Ballet For Children program in addition to narration to accompany their main stage production of Cinderella.
With co-author Daniel J. Linke (Princeton), he wrote Lights, Camera, Archives!, which was published by the Society of American Archivists in 2020.
At SAA's 2019 Annual Conference he presented a personal narrative as part of their ongoing Finding Aid to My Soul storytelling series.