Below are Trevor's new demo reels.
VFX Compositing Reel
Motion Graphics Reel
Trevor has also completed the Visual Effects in Television and Film program at Seneca. His demo reel can be viewed below.
Trevor is now currently living in Toronto and getting ready to attend Seneca's post-graduate program for Visual Effects in Television and Film for their winter semester. Please stay posted for more updates in the near future.
Trevor has had a busy summer with two short films in the works and being a crew member for the Saskatchewan portions of Little Mosque on the Prairie, Season 5, shot in Indian Head, SK. Now, Trevor and Jessica are working on their move from Regina to Toronto so that Trevor can continue to brush up his skills as a visual effects artist.
Back in April, Juice Pigs had its world premiere screening in Regina, which also featured a teaser trailer for Trevor's upcoming 3D films. Below is that very trailer for your viewing pleasure.
Although Van Go! didn't win at the Yorkton Film Festival, we had a great time, meeting other filmmakers and watching some great shorts from around Canada. The lobster and skeet-shooting wasn't too bad either!
Van Go! producers Trevor and Jessica at the awards ceremony
Van Go! has been nominated for a Golden Sheaf Award at the Yorkton Film Festival under the category of Performing Arts and Entertainment. Please join us in Yorkton this weekend to screen the film and celebrate this Saskatchewan honour!
We are proud to welcome those through the new URL www.trevorcorrigan.com.
Trevor is currently busy wrapping up working alongside Vancouver's Foundation Features and Saskatchewan's Trilight Entertainment on a new feature tentatively titled Hard Core Logo 2, directed by Canadian filmmaker Bruce McDonald.
Postproduction has kept Trevor pretty busy the last few months, so hopefully soon there will be a few clips to view online.
Trevor has just finished working as a crew member in Saskatoon on a feature film for Angel Entertainment. He is currently in the middle of postproduction on two of the three 3D films, titled Betty Boom and Infested. Production for the third unnamed film is slated for February 2010.
In August, Trevor also travelled to Toronto to attend the WildSound Film Festival screening of his short film Van Go, where it won the Audience Choice Award for BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY. He was interviewed on Saskatchewan's CBC radio and later participated in WildSound's podcast. A video of the audience comments can be viewed below:
In October, Van Go! was also screened at the Indie Can Film Festival in Woodbridge, Ontario.