Jeffrey  Travis

Jeffrey Travis

Jeffrey Travis is an award-winning film director, writer, producer, and speaker. He received a Master’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. After starting a software company and authoring several books on graphical programming, Jeffrey moved into filmmaking in 2002. His debut short film, What’s Wrong with This Picture?, went on to play at over 40 film festivals, and caught the attention of 20th Century FOX, who hired him to write and direct a television pilot presentation. His film Flatland The Movie (2007), an animated sci-fi film starring the voices of Martin Sheen, Kristen Bell, Tony Hale, and Michael York, has been seen by over 1 million children in classrooms around the country. Currently, Jeffrey is in post-production for his debut feature film Dragon Day, a timely political thriller about a family surviving a devastating cyber-attack by China on the United States when the country defaults on its debt.