Trevor Wallace is a member of the Explorers Club and expedition filmmaker. His films focus on expanding human curiosity about the wild and remote corners of the world. He collaborates with scientists, archaeologists, and communities to document stories of the human spirit present and past.


Trevor was lucky enough to have the support of organizations like Students on Ice and the Jane Goodall Foundation that gave him the opportunity to do projects through scholarships and grants. Before the age of 21 he was able to travel to all 7 continents pursuing research on indigenous identity and the environment.  

After college he worked to pass on these types of opportunities to young people. He was a 2013 Teach for America Corps member in the Greater Boston Area, teaching social studies in Spanish at the Rafael Hernández two way bilingual school. He earned a Masters in Education at Boston University focusing on video in the classroom. He is now on the Students on Ice Scholarship Selection Committee that gave him the chance to travel to Antarctica and shoot his first film. 

Currently he is working full time as a filmmaker. He is an expedition staff member for Adventure Canada sailing part of the year in the high Arctic. He is an alumni of the Adventure Canada Young Explorers Program and has helped build and facilitate the grant in its following years. He is a part 107 FAA commercially licensed drone pilot and has over 100 flights.