By: Hannah Gleason
History of Modern
Travis Wall started dancing at age 3 at his mothers studio in Virginia Beach. He started his professional career at age 9, appearing in a Dr. Pepper commercial. When he was 12, he appeared in the Music Man on Broadway. When Travis was 18, he appeared on SYTYCD and won 2nd place. While on the show, he danced the Mia Michaels piece "The Bench" which received an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography.
Travis Wall now choreographs and is a founding member of the contemporary company Shaping Sound. He choreographed various numbers in the 2010 VMA's and in 2011 he choreographed a floor routine for Nastia Liuken that she used to audition for the US Olympic Team. He has also choreographed many dances for SYTYCD for seasons 5-8.
Pieces Choreographed by Travis Wall
"If it kills me" Jason Mraz
"Let it rock" Kevin Rudolf
"Wasted Time" Me'shell Ndegeocello
"Your Ex-Lover is Dead" Stars
"Machine Gun" Portishead
"I'm There Too" Michelle Featherstone
"A Beautiful Mess" Jason Mraz
"Addicted to Love" Florence and the Machine
He helped choreograph the Shaping Sound 2013 Tour
Travis also choreographed for the 2010 VMA's