Composer Bio
Trevor has been composing music for film and television for over eleven years.  His original underscore can be heard in such television shows as “Drop Dead Diva,” “Lucky Dog,“ Game Changer’s with Kevin Frasier,” “Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin,” “The Event,” “Bones,” “Men In Trees,” and “Judging Amy.” His original songs and instrumental music can also be heard in reality series such as “Say Yes to the Dress, Atlanta,” “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” “Shark City,” and “Haunted Collector,” His film projects include underscore for the documentary “The Irishman, The Rise and Fall of Danny Green,” “The Art of Being Straight,” the independent horror film “Hallettsville” starring Gary Busey, and the independent film “Touched” starring Jenna Elfman.
Starting out as a performer in the late 1980’s, Trevor was a piano player and keyboards in several classic rock and progressive bands in and around Philadelphia, PA.  Although solo performances and party bands provided a good musical foundation, it wasn’t until he joined the band Different Green that he became interested in instrumental, through-composed music.  Within a year, Different Green assembled and performed a four-hour set of progressive rock music from Genesis, Yes and Pink Floyd, Rush and Kansas – to name a few.  Less than a year later, Trevor, with the other members, began to write original songs leading to the release of band’s first album in 1992.
From there he began his creative pursuit. His desire to learn more about composition led him to Berklee College of Music’s film scoring program.  After graduating with a BA in 1994, Trevor went on to score corporate and promotional films for such companies as Aegis Insurance and the pharmaceutical company, Merck & Company.  With the desire to write for larger productions in TV and film, he moved to Los Angeles in 1996 and found work with a small post-production company.  Crafting his skills as a dialog assistant, sound effects editor and foley mixer for shows such as “Silk Stalkings” and “Pensacola, Wings of Gold,” he began to develop a broader understanding of how different sound elements worked in relationship to music.  With this knowledge and a good computer/technical foundation he began to assist and eventually compose with various film and television composers.
In 2005, he setup his own music company, SIC Music, focusing on the writing of original underscore not only for film and television but video games and other interactive media as well.  Today, Trevor works with and provides music for many companies such as, CBS, ABC, Lifetime, Discovery Channel, Syfi Channel, AMC and more.