Travis is the communications manager at Denver Water, a role that centers around TAP. As editor in chief for the news site, he oversees the wide variety of articles, videos and graphics that are produced by an amazing team of storytellers. The engaging, creative and timely pieces ultimately set the foundation for Denver Water’s external and internal communication strategies. Before coming to Denver Water to field reporter calls and tweets about main breaks (typically before dawn), drought and snowpack, he spent his days talking about the scary blue horse, conspiracy theories and security lines at Denver International Airport. He spends his free time outdoors with his wife and two extremely active children and black lab, Jeremy, leading to many shameless plugs of his family scattered throughout TAP and Denver Water’s social media channels.
Saving our reservoirs from invading ‘cling-ons’
Vigilant inspections keep destructive mussels from causing millions in damage to Denver’s water infrastructure.
The name’s Springs. Strontia Springs
Lifting a page out of the 007 stuntman’s handbook, West Metro Fire brings theatrics to Waterton Canyon.
Quest for a lead-free Denver
What you need to know about the tools and programs to protect your family from lead service lines.
Decision point: Where to build a new state-of-the-art treatment plant
From mines to wetlands and hills to homes, finding the perfect spot for the Northwater facility wasn’t easy.