Ever since cartoonist Travis Storti’s drawings of the headmaster got rave reviews in the school playground he knew he was born to draw cartoons. In 1990, Travis decided to stop drawing for his own amusement and began cartooning professionally. To this day Travis still works as a freelance cartoonist, illustrator and photographer. Travis holds a Diploma of Cartooning & Illustration from the Australian College of Journalism and is a member of the Australian Cartoonists Association, Illustrators Australia & the Society of Children's Book Writers
and Illustrators. Travis’ clients include numerous prestigious
magazines & newspapers in Australia and around the world.
He has over 60 greeting cards published with the Ink Group
(John Sands) & recently signed with Noble Works card in the USA.
Travis‘ cartoon strip ‘Not Quite Right’ is syndicated with Auspac
Media. Travis has has worked widely in editorial, children's publishing
and advertising, as well as illustrating educational books for numerous
clients including Harcourt Educational and Rigby Publishing. Other Clients
include Woman’s Day, People, Golf Australia, Penthouse, Dog’s Life Aussie Post, Sports Monthly, Heavy Duty, Scuba Diver, Comic relief (USA),Fisherman & Boatowner, The Age Newspaper (Vic) Sunday Mail Newspaper (Qld), Courier Mail Newspaper (Qld) The Mercury Newspaper (Tas)