15+ Million Streams, 30 Million Views
Today Travis Atreo has 200,000+ subscribers on YouTube with 30 Million Channel views and over 15 Million streams on Spotify. From 2006 to 2013 he was the lead singer of the Seattle based band "New Heights" with viral hits "Peaches" and "Take Me On". Being in the band defined him not only as an individual but as a musician, producer and engineer. In 2011 he attended the music production course at a local community college in Washington, and had interned for prominent studios in the Seattle area. In 2013 Travis moved to Los Angeles to manage Junction Studios working with artists like Clara C, Jason Chen, Joseph Vincent, AJ Rafael, Tiffany Alvord and many others. Today Travis has now taken over Junction Studios as a private studio and is an artist under the moniker "Travis Atreo". He has a weekly cover series on his Youtube channel, a weekly podcast titled "Wavelength" and has released his debut solo EP titled Keep Hope Alive and is constantly touring and promoting his covers and originals. When Travis is home he takes on various projects from albums, singles, covers, commercial work and scoring films heading "Travis Atreo Productions".
In 2015 his younger brother Garrick Graham moved to LA and began an internship for Fishbowl Studios. With his excitement about this newfound passion in video he quickly moved up the ranks managing multiple responsibilities for the studio. Today Garrick works on multiple sets for clients like OPI, Academy of Art University, and currently directs and shoots all covers for Travis Atreo's weekly cover series on YouTube. Armed with his technical expertise in all things visual, Garrick leads the video production arm of Travis Atreo Productions.