Trevor majored in Communication Arts at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD). During his junior and senior year, he interned for an interactive agency that handled large clients such as Harley Davidson and Sears. After graduating, he jumped to an in-house visual design team of a fortune 500 company. That lasted just a year, as one can only wear khakis so many days in a row.
He moved to a small ad agency, Jigsaw, where he was able to grow as an art director and collect many, many hats over the next six years. HeI balanced his day job with personal creative work, like photography, film, and writing. Those creative interests became more serious as his experience and relationships grew. When he was asked to help with a video shoot — that literally took me around the world — he decided it was time to work for himself.
In June of 2014, he began a journey of self-employment, which ended up taking him to seven different countries, on-set as an AD for a feature film production (which earned the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival's Audience Award), moved him and his family 2,000 miles across the country, and has ventured him into the wild countless times with his wife and their four-legged sidekick, Coops.
More recently he took on a new full time role with Rational Interaction in Seattle. He is currently working on miscellaneous projects for Microsoft, helping out with campaigns for Acer, and planning on finding the most instagrammable cabin in all of the Pacific Northwest to make his permanent home.
Wish him luck.