Travis Fischer here. I just wanted to take a minute and let you know who I am in case you ended up here by accident and are wondering who (or what) is responsible for all this text.
I am responsible for it.
I am a human being with a mind, a soul, a keyboard and an internet connection.
I am a hopelessly in love husband to an amazing and inspiring wife.
I spent the majority of my life in the peaceful (but lively) Mississippi river town of La Crosse, WI.
In May of 2010, I moved to the not so peaceful Los Angeles, CA to work as a software engineer in the Los Angeles Tech industry. I have worked for Mahalo.com/AskForADeal.com and Cars.com while in Los Angeles.
I was home schooled for 98.076923% of my K-12 years. I consider myself very blessed for the excellent education that I received through the dedication of my parents.
I’m a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. I spent 5 years at UW-L studying computers and how to skillfully make software. I got two pieces of paper and an empty checking account out of the deal.
I fell in love with the magic that is music around 9 years into my life. I have been listening, analyzing, learning, creating, performing and recording it ever since.
I’m co-owner of a small (but growing) business called E. C. Stage Art. We dream up and put into existence pieces of art that are meant to enhance live music performances. Some of our standard products include custom amp grill cloths, custom drum heads, custom scrims, custom backdrops and custom road cases but we will do our best to turn any stage art concept into a reality.
I’m very passionate about encouraging human beings (especially those who call themselves the Church) to work to give help, service, hope and ultimately life to the hurting, starving, hopeless and underprivileged people of this earth. I try to live this by example although I know I come up short far too often.
I was blessed to visit Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania on the continent Africa in the Summer of 2008. A part of my heart stayed there. Hopefully, I will get to go back in the near future.
I am a dedicated follower of Christ.