Originally from Salisbury, N.C., Trevor received a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from North Carolina State University and a Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin.
Trevor’s strong interest in adaptive reuse and preservation inspired two different graduate projects. During the summer of 2008, Trevor participated in a seven-week research assignment that tirelessly documented Saint Petri Church by Sigurd Lewerentz in Klippan, Sweden. With fellow CDR Studio member Dan Sylvester, Trevor designed the second O’Neil Ford Monograph, which meticulously presented the findings of this research team. While still at the University of Texas, Trevor analyzed and documented six mid-century modern houses built by North Carolina architect John Erwin Ramsay for independent study; Trevor continues to pursue his interest in various Ramsay projects throughout North Carolina.
At CDR Studio, Trevor serves as project manager for the design and construction of the new Audi Manhattan Dealership on the Upper West Side. This project strategically adapts an existing dealership built in the 1920s by Detroit architect Albert Khan. In addition, Trevor is the project manager of western region dealerships for Audi of America.