Before founding his own design studio, Trevor Wilson was a partner for twelve years at WRW Studios, where as a fabricator and project manager he helped execute numerous public, corporate, residential, and liturgical projects in architectural glass before moving into a lead design role in 2011.
Wilson learned the trade of leaded glass fabrication at a young age, training under his father, David Wilson, and working at Judson Studios in Los Angeles. Before returning to New York to focus on architectural glass, he completed a BFA in fine arts at Otis College of Art and Design. His background in contemporary art, lifelong interest in art in architecture, and study of traditional and new techniques in architectural glass together form the basis for his work, which explores how material and light affect the built world through design.
Wilson's large-scale graphite drawings form a concurrent practice to his glass work, combining his interests in grid-based structures, geometric minimalism and meditative iteration to build complex psychic architectures using limited means.