Trevor has written music for awarded video games, films, ensembles, orchestras, and theatre productions around the globe. Obsessed with music from a young age thanks to his family’s influence and a natural curiosity, Trevor started playing piano at 6 and writing fragments of his own melodies inspired by his environment and family. He later studied at Boston University with the influential Ketty Nez where he was the first freshman to win the orchestra's composition contest, and at the Royal College of Music in London where he collaborated with award winning quartets, theatre companies, and soloists. As a composer, concert pianist, producer, and conductor, Trevor has a deep love for minimalism, film and video game soundtracks, and over-the-top, colorful classical, in addition to popular genres that work their subtle way into his music.
Trevor is an educational speaker and an environmentalist, as well as a contributing composer for New York's Senate-awarded "How to Unmake a Bully ®" series. Sheet music for Trevor’s pieces are available on his website.