Travis Nesbitt is a videographer, photographer, and producer as well as the owner of DBK Films based in Edmonton, Canada. Travis was the singer, and founding member of the band Social Code (Interscope/Universal records U.S.). Through his time working in the music industry he started taking photos and video from touring all over the world. Travis began making professional video and photo content around 2007 but officially started his film and photo business in 2015. His company mainly focus’ on brand development; his main clients have been award winning bands and musicians in Canada but has recently expanded his services and focus into corporate clients as well as passion projects in film and TV. He specializes in promotional content, interview and journalism, documentary, and drone work. Over the past few years, Travis has grown his business by working with local clients, delivering results, and gaining the attention of nationally recognized names. Some of his more notable clients include Our Lady Peace, Brett Kissel, The Washboard Union, Warner Music Canada, Dan Davidson (Invictus Entertainment), Big Valley Jamboree, and Naked and Famous Denim to name a few. Since 2016, Travis’ work has gained him numerous accolades and attention in the music world. He has been nominated for an Edmonton Music Award, 4 ACMA awards (winning 2), and 2 CCMA Awards. His work has also been featured on CMT and The Space Network. While DBK Films is completely adaptable to project style needs, Travis’ personal cinematography style is worth noting. He has an extra flair for shooting lifestyle, handheld, edgy projects that feel modern, indie, and cutting edge. Its this style that has attracted many of his clients. He has never been afraid to push the limits, and his new passion project “The Deth Lab” is a great example of that. The Deth Lab is an edgy comedy clip show that comes off as “the punk rock” of internet comedy.