A professional photographer and photo educator, Trevor specializes in landscape, astro, wave and wildlife photography, his photographic portfolio is packed full of beautiful Canadian scenes. His love for nature and the great outdoors is apparent in each of his photographs. Trevor is an active member of the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC). He has won many awards for his artwork at both Provincial and National levels and is nationally accredited in Landscape, Nature, Night and Fine Art Photography. In addition, Trevor has earned the prestigious title of CPA (Craftsman of Photographic Arts) within the organization.
“Being selected to be part of the team at WPC is such a great honour! While not my first time being part of the team I am just as excited this time around. Knowing that so many talented artists/team members surround me is a wonderful feeling. I know that we will do great and represent our country proud. Go Canada Go! ”
“Pier Pressure” features a massive wave crashing into the Port Stanley Pier with the main lighthouse standing strong in the background. The ultimate power of these gale force driven waves is astonishing at times and easily mistaken for ocean waves by non familiar onlookers. The main gates on the pier are closed and locked at this time of year and for good reason. It wouldn’t take much to lose someone if they decided to ignore the warnings and venture out during a storm like this. Nature is absolutely raw and destructive at times, but beautiful nonetheless.
Photographed in Port Ryerse, Ontario, Canada “Road to Atlantis” features a path of semi submerged rocks leading toward the mythical lost city of Atlantis, with ominous storm clouds brewing on the horizon.
“Moonset Kiln” features a tractor path leading past a forgotten tobacco kiln toward the setting moon. Unfortunately, this kiln in Elgin County, Ontario, Canada has since been destroyed to make room for a ginseng operation. Captured in early June at 1:13am. This capture won the Best in Class Award for all of Canada in the 2015 Professional Photographers of Canada National Image Competition. It has also been featured in numerous magazines and publications.