During the first few years of his sculpting career Trevor worked mainly on representational sculpture - a necessary discipline for any artist, however after about five years he found himself developing a more free and flowing style of sculpture that is unique to him. He calls this unique style ‘curvilinear’ and these works are widely sought after by collectors.
His ‘curvilinear’ pieces are one-off sculptures - he does not have a master mould for any of these works.
He does his own casting with certified bronze ingots using the ‘cire perdue’ (lost wax) method in ceramic shell moulds.
He enjoys creating sculptures that are uplifting to the spirit, but also finds the need to express his feelings of hurt and despair by creating caricature, whimsical or abstract sculpture.