Meet Travis, a Melbourne-based Australian born in November 1984. After completing high school, Travis earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biotechnology from Monash University. With a self-taught IT and electronics background, Travis is always on the lookout to learn new things.

He loves a good pun or dad joke and is a pragmatic thinker, applying scientific and critical thinking in their everyday life. They have a passion for the natural world and find joy in appreciating the incredible creatures that exist around us, from microscopic organisms to birds and insects, particularly jumping spiders.

He has a curious mind and loves exploring the world through microscopy, revealing hidden beauty that lies beyond our eyesight. They are also an avid photographer, capturing stunning images of landscapes, wildlife, and astro-photography, including the Aurora. Travis is passionate about technology and how it can improve photography, from smart camera triggers through to photo editing software.

In their spare time, He volunteered as a firefighter with the Country Fire Authority for over 15 years before retiring due to family commitments. They found great fulfillment in serving their community and helping others during times of crisis.

Travis has a deep passion for sharing knowledge and teaching others new skills. They believe that teaching and sharing knowledge is one of the best ways to inspire and empower others to reach their full potential. He is particularly passionate about photography and science and loves to share their expertise on these subjects. They enjoy teaching others about smart camera triggers, photo editing software, and other tools that can take their photography to the next level. Travis also loves to teach others about the wonders of the natural world, from the microscopic to the grand, and is always on the lookout for new and exciting ways to share their knowledge.

Despite being classified as an ENFP by a Myers Briggs assessment, Travis considers himself to be a mix of both an introvert and extrovert, and they enjoy pragmatic problem-solving.