Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer
Home Town: Pocatello, ID
First Concert: some weird, local ’80’s hairband
With a background in music; playing piano and writing from a young age, Trevor has always had an affinity for sound and sonic arrangement. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay area and Portland, Oregon, Trevor decided to take a leap of faith to pursue a career in sound. After attending The Art Institute of California Los Angeles and earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Audio Production, Trevor started working as an engineer and producer with an established R&B music producer. Trevor was next presented an opportunity to create sound for film. Within six years, Trevor has creatively participated in the soundscape of over 100 films. Within Trevor's sound career, he has been awarded a participation Grammy Award for the gospel song Jesus by Le'Andria Johnson and a Golden Reel Award for best sound effects and sound design for the feature film, The Liberator (2013). He received another Golden Reel in addition to an Emmy for the acclaimed documentary, Sonic Sea (2016). Trevor's recent work in feature films include Get Out (2017), Hell or High Water (2016), Don't Breathe (2016), and Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016).