Trevor Wallace is an expedition filmmaker, field archaeologist and cultural heritage advocate. His projects 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.
He has become known for combining storytelling with impact and education, working with a variety of different non profits. He currently serves as the Vice President for Research and Education at The Explorers Club, is on the advisory council of Hui Mālama Polihale, and a board member of the Pacific Islands Research Institute. He was a Teach for America Corps member in the Greater Boston Area while earning a Masters in Education at Boston University.
In 2018 he was awarded 'New Explorer of the Year' alongside Dr. Gino Caspari and other awardees, Apollo Astronaut Capt. Jim Lovell, and Jeff Bezos. His documentation of the oldest Scythian tomb found to date have been featured in National Geographic, the New York Times, and GQ. His archaeological docuseries Frozen Corpses Golden Treasures is currently in post production.
From grant writing to drone operating Trevor has emerged as a director and filmmaker with a unique skillset and approach to telling stories that matter.
Trevor has been a lifelong visual artist, inspired by ancient cultures and world history. He trained at the Instituto Superior de Artes Conservatory in Havana, Cuba in sculpture, drawing, and painting.
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