Trevor is a design architect at HuntonBrady Architects in Orlando. He received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida and his Masters of Architecture at UF's Orlando CityLab campus.
After graduation, he joined the Young Architects Forum committee for AIA Orlando and stayed active with UF through teaching graduate classes at the Orlando and Sarasota CityLab campuses. He also served as the Associate Director at Large for AIA Florida. When his term ended, he became the State Director for AIA Orlando and continued to serve on the state board.
Trevor is also on the Board of Directors for Black Architects in the Making in Orlando (now a committee under OFA), and is involved in workshops with students to introduce them to architecture.
Trevor is a native Orlando resident, an architectural enthusiast, and a Lego addict. Any spare time found is spent with his wife and daughter.
As essential as it is to network and share information with peers in the industry, an architect should first and foremost be connected to the people in their communities. Outside of being an art form, architecture is predominately a service industry. Architects should be relied upon to provide this service to those who are in the most need. We are paid to be problem solvers. We must be a resource for our communities when they have a problem to be solved.
It should be our aim to be excellent stewards of our craft. As such, it is our job as trained professionals to emphasize educating the local community on the advantages of intelligent and purposeful design.