Born in Ann Arbor, MI, Trevor was shocked to discover his latent artistic abilities. "Am I from another planet?" he used to ponder as a child, but alas he soon discovered that he was a mere mortal by crashing his bike into a tree.
Now writing web comics on his site, www.trevor.exilecomics.com (and most recently on Drunk Duck), Trevor spends most of his time playing video games and watching DVDs instead of updating his comics on a regular basis. His latest attempt, @$$hole, is not entirely autobiographical. :P
Comics I work on are the following:
The Temple of a Thousand Tears: A fantasy / samurai epic filled with twists and turns. Updates tri-weekly: Monday, Wednesday, and then again on Fan Art Friday.
@$$hole!: My first attempt at a weekly "gag-a-day" comedy strip, which follows a character that looks a lot like me (and even shares my name), but has a creepy roommate that wants to eat people's souls! Also, the poltergeist in the apartment wants to kill Trevor, who is completely oblivious to his existence). Updates on Fridays.
After having graduated from Western Michigan University, I have moved back to the Ann Arbor area to start looking for a job in advertising. A creative and artistic individual, I enjoy writing / filming / drawing and reading other people's work as well. Nothing interests me more than to receive feedback about any work that I've done, and likewise, I enjoy giving feedback in return. I work as a Communications Planner for Campbell-Ewald, located in Southfield.
I also work on a few web comics, which can be found at www.trevor.exilecomics.com.
I have few regular routines, but some Mondays you can find me at a little club in downtown Ann Arbor called The Necto for Factory Night, and (almost) every Friday I throw a Movie Night party at my apartment. Everyone's invited, so if you ever want to show up just let me know and I'll get you directions.
Who I'd like to meet:
...someone smart, and who has a sense of humor.