Trevor started recording in the early 1990's after being inspired listening to producers such as Ron Trent, Abacus, Blaze and Masters At Work. He taught himself keyboards and drum programming after buying a synth and Akai sampler and after spending a year developing his sound and production skills he released his first single, 'Soul Motive' on Nuphonic Recordings. This release caught the attention of producers and music press alike, gaining respect from Deep Dish, Kevin Mckay and Everything But The Girl's Ben Watt.
House Of 909 is the production outfit Trevor is best known for and it was on this label that he released all his early productions such as Deep Inside/Voices From Beyond, Future Soul Orchestra/Up and Above and In To Deep. Trevor's music caught the attention of Richard Breeden the man behind the legendary Tribal label and now Pagan UK and It was this label that gave Trevor the chance to record his first album 'The Children We Were'. It was this album that put House Of 909 on the deep house map attaining album of the Month in Muzik and DJ not to mention features in NME, Music Week and iD.
In 1998 after having some personal and creative differences with his partner Nigel Casey, Trevor decided to go solo and started producing for his friend Omid 16B's label Alola. It was then that he started to collaborate with his bass playing friend Chris Pedley to create the album 'Era' which crossed the boundaries from deep house and electro to broken beat and downtempo. 'Era' was album of the month in Ministry Magazine.
Trevor continues to develop his sound and is currently working on projects for Ephemoral and Loungin as well as Freerange along with his Soul Sides project that he is working on with producer Solid Groove.
Trevor also runs a monthly Soul Sides night in the Consortium Club Bournemouth as well as with guesting at Freerange and Frontroom Nights across London.