Trevor is a director and cinematographer who’s most recent work focuses on the preservation of land, traditional Inuit cultures, and the designation of Marine Protected Areas in the Canadian Arctic.
He graduated from the Creative Communications Program at Red River College in Winnipeg with a major in Media production following a diploma in Enhanced Photography.
Founding Build Films in 2013, Trevor and his partners have shot and directed various commercial projects for clients like Travel Manitoba, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Oceans North Canada, and Churchill Wild to name a few.
Trevor has taught filmmaking to youth across the Arctic and is part of the media team for Students On Ice, an award-winning organization that leads youth on Arctic expeditions educating them about the importance of the world’s polar regions.
He’s walked with polar bears in Churchill and trained Inuvialuit to fly drones and monitor beluga whales that pass through their communities each year.
He’s shot for Smithsonian Channel’s Polar Bear Town, CBC’s Still Standing, and directed documentaries for APTN, and MTS TV’s Stories From Home.
His film Tallurutiup Tariunga: Lancaster Sound was a finalist at the 2015 Banff Mountain Film Festival and journeyed along the coasts of Greenland, Baffin Island, and Labrador on an educational expedition led by the Ottawa organization Students On Ice.