Trevor with Berber nomads in Morocco

Trevor paddling a dugout canoe in Gabon

Trevor paddling a dugout canoe in Gabon

Trevor Frost

Trevor is a photographer and filmmaker from Richmond, Virginia. He has received five grant awards from the National Geographic Society for his storytelling work and in August 2019 he became a Sundance Institute Documentary Fund grantee for a feature documentary he is currently Directing and Producing with his partner, Melissa Lesh. At the age of 29 Trevor photographed a feature story for National Geographic Magazine titled The Grass Eating Monkeys of Ethiopia, which published in April 2017. His second article for National Geographic Magazine will publish in September 2019.

Affiliations: Eddie Bauer Adventure Guide, Research Associate of Global Wildlife Conservation, a US based non-profit and Senior Adviser to Focused on Nature, a conservation fund in Geneva founded by Prince Hussain Aga Khan.   

Awards: 2018 First Prize, Human Nature Category, Big Picture Photo Competition;  2017 Howard Chapnick Award2017 Fotoweek DC Photojournalism Prize, 1st place; POYi Science and Nature prize, 3rd place. 

Exhibitions:  2017, Digital Showing, Visa pour I'image: International Festival of Photojournalism 

Clients: National Geographic Magazine, National Geographic Society, National Geographic Creative, Wired Magazine, The Washington Post

Sundance Institute Documentary Fund Grant

The Washington Post - Damaged Bodies, Healing Hearts - November 2017

Missouri Photo Workshop Story - September 2017

Wired Magazine Crocodile Story - September 2017

Nat Geo Crocodile Hunters Story - September 2017

Nat Geo Magazine Article - April 2017

Nat Geo Channel Mission Critical - Spring 2016

Nat Geo Channel - Animal Selfies

National Geographic Profile

Video from Inside a Crocodile's Mouth 

Nat Geo Magazine Orangutan Behavior Video 

Richmond Times Dispatch Front Page Bio Article

trevorbeckfrost@icloud.com

LogoEddieBauer.png