Trevor is an instructor at NewSchool of Architecture + Design.
Earlier in his career, Trevor lived in the wilderness of Tennessee for two years as a wilderness counselor for adjudicated youths. In San Francisco, he managed four multi-million dollar philanthropic campaigns for the United Way of the Bay Area. He took numerous, long solo motorcycle journeys throughout Mexico, Central America, and the United States in order to undertake academic research and promote his international development organization.
Besides teaching at NewSchool of Architecture + Design, Trevor is the founder of Pangea Proxima, an international non-profit organization, focused on increasing access to education and health, while promoting sustainable building in developing nations. He also founded and is a co-partner of Evolution Maps, a mapping, and spatial analysis company, which promotes the work of small to mid-sized businesses, non-profits and local government entities.
Trevor has authored three published patents concerning biometric repositories and anti-identity theft solutions. He is also a member of the CASBA (California Straw Bale Builders Association).