Trevor Brown, Jr. is a Denver native and has been shooting professionally for over 10 years. Having always been drawn to imagery, Trevor decided to pursue photography when he traveled to South Africa for a semester abroad in 1998. Upon his return, he got involved with the student newspaper at his alma mater, Connecticut College. After graduating in 2001, he lived in Portland, Maine and went to the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and completed his work there in 2002. Following his time in the Northeast, Trevor returned to Denver where he became a staff photographer at Colorado's top sports photography agency, Rich Clarkson & Associates where he served as a team photographer for the Colorado Rockies and Denver Broncos, as well as a staff photographer for NCAA Photos. Additionally, he worked as photo editor on several book projects, including "Where Valor Rests", a book commissioned by the US Army and given to the families of soldiers who are buried at Arlington National Cemetery. His work has appeared in several publications over the years and he has also produced work for commercial clients such as Bauer-Nike, The North Face, and Under Armour. Trevor's broad experience in portraiture, commercial, and sports photography translates to an exceptionally well-rounded foundation for wedding photography. In 2011, Trevor's intimate photographs of a traditional Hindu wedding won Colorado Expression's ICON Award for Best Photography. He currently lives in Denver, CO with his wife Kristin and two sons, Shaw and Luke.