Trevor Dunn earned his undergraduate degree in sculpture and ceramics from the University of South Florida in 1996. After graduating he moved to Durango, Colorado to set up a studio where he built a small anagama kiln and pursued his interest in wood-fired pottery. In 1999 Trevor joined the faculty at San Juan College to teach ceramics and sculpture. In 2003 he bought a run down farmhouse in Riverside, New Mexico where he later built another anagama to accommodate larger works. Through out this period Trevor taught workshops around the country in wood firing, salt/soda firing, and kiln building. Trevor remained on the faculty at San Juan College until 2006 when he decided to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree. He continues to teach at San Juan College each summer. He moved to Logan, Utah to pursue an MFA in ceramics from Utah State University. In the spring of 2009 he received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Ceramics. Most recently he received the 2009 NCECA Graduate Student Fellowship Award for a proposed study and film project in Jianxi, China. He is currently pursuing his creative research while seeking employment in higher education.