Trevor is a photographer, filmmaker, and National Geographic Explorer and grantee. 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. He photographed the story with scientist and fellow National Geographic Explorer, Jeff Kerby. Subsequently, the photos from the feature article in National Geographic Magazine were chosen by Jean Francois Leroy to be screened at Visa pour l’image in Perpignan, France. In 2014, Trevor was chosen as one of the top 80 emerging photographers in the world to attend the Look Between Photo Festival, an offshoot of the prestigious Look3 Photography Festival started by renowned photographer Michael Nick Nichols. With support from the National Geographic Society Trevor recently published a web based photo essay with National Geographic Magazine on crocodiles and people and how their lives intertwine in Northern Australia. Most recently Trevor was the recipient of the Howard Chapnick Award for a story he completed at the 69th Missouri Photoworkshop in Eldon, MO. In addition to his photography Trevor has worked as a host, cameraman, and producer on a number of television programs, including Amazing Animal Selfies, Mission Critical: Orangutans on the Edge, and Mission Critical: Sharks Under Attack. He also produced and contributed principal cinematography to a documentary short titled Person of the Forest that premiered at Mountain Film Festival in Telluride May 2017. Lastly Trevor is an Associate of Global Wildlife Conservation, a US based non profit, and is also an advisor to Focused on Nature, a fund in Geneva started by Prince Hussain Aga Khan that supports conservation projects worldwide. Trevor lives in Richmond, VA.
Clients include: National Geographic Magazine, National Geographic Society, Wired Magazine