Trevor C. Huntis from the Kwa-Gulth [Kwaguʼł] village in Fort Rupert, located on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island. He is the grandson of Henry Hunt, the great grandson Mungo Martin, and the son of Stanley C. Hunt. His artistic skills came to be as a youth, doing plaques and designs.
Being taught by his father was a great inspiration. All of Trevor's artwork is shown on an original format, produced on paper, some with ravishing effects.
Being a young adult he has accomplished a great deal, from the designing of the logo for the Thunderbird Mall located in Port Hardy, to being published at only nineteen. His artwork takes on a form all of it's own, with a style all of his own.