Growing up in Boise, Idaho, Trevor learned to ski at Bogus Basin. Once they dropped their freestyle program, he joined the Sun Valley ski team and skipped every Friday in high school to go ski. He competed in moguls, aerials, and slopestyle, but was best at halfpipe. At age 19, after moving to Salt Lake City for college, he was ranked 20th in the world in men's halfpipe skiing. He was invited on the world cup circuit, and blew his knee at the Mammoth Grand Prix. The next year, he decided that freeskiing was more important to him than competition, and became a halfpipe coach for Park City Ski and Snowboard. After four great years of skiing the Wasatch range, he retired from coaching and graduated from the University of Utah. Next year he plans on moving to Whitefish, Montana to pursue powder and make a ski movie.