Hi. My name is Trevor. I am a mathematician, musician, and general human creature.
I was born a few decades ago in Chicago. I was raised in Florida. I received a B.S. in Mathematics from University of Florida. I moved across the country to get a M.S. in Mathematics from Oregon State University. After a bit of meandering, I found my way to Seattle. I currently teach mathematics at Shoreline Community College and work as a jazz musician in the Seattle area.
My interests lie mostly in strange math, strange music and the strange intersections between the two.
My greatest mathematical achievement came at an early age when I won the illustrious Embassy Creek Elementary Math Superstars competition. Although I have not yet matched this triumph, mathematics has continued to play an important role in my life.
I am currently a Tenured Professor at Shoreline Community College just north of Seattle. Here is my teaching page.
Towards a masters degree, I studied a peculiar species of Cantor Set called Antoine's Necklace.
I am excited about the overlap between Math and Music in both a practical physical standpoint and a more theoretical interpretation.
I also like to use concepts from mathematics to create art.
Music has been an important part of my entire life. Currently, I work as a semi-professional musician in the Seattle area.
The Calendar to the left shows where you can find me playing. Click the event for more details.
In the past, I've had the opportunity to play in a wide variety of groups, be involved in meaningful collaborations, and record self-overdubbed albums.
Also, I've had the opportunity to engage in the academics of music in various forms, through various avenues.