Trevor is a photographer, filmmaker, and National Geographic Explorer and grantee. He is also an Eddie Bauer Adventure Guide. He completed his first feature story for National Geographic Magazine at the age of 29. The story, titled The Grass Eating Monkeys of Ethiopia, published in the April 2017 issue of National Geographic Magazine. In September 2017, National Geographic published an essay of photographs about crocodile hunters in remote Northern Australia that Trevor made over 3 years with support from the National Geographic Society. National Geographic will also feature this work in an episode of the renowned Explorer television show on National Geographic Channel. In addition to his photography Trevor has worked as a host, cameraman, and producer on a number of television documentaries, including Amazing Animal Selfies, Mission Critical: Orangutans on the Edge, and Mission Critical: Sharks Under Attack. He produced and contributed principal cinematography to a documentary short titled Person of the Forest that premiered at Mountain Film Festival in Telluride May 2017. In 2018, Trevor will be working on three projects: a feature documentary on animal intelligence; a photographic essay on green anacondas in the Peruvian Amazon; and photo series on mental health, specifically depression and anxiety, in America. Trevor lives in Richmond, VA near the James River.
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 Award; 2017 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