Monday, June 25, 2012





Trevor Undi is a British/Canadian director, photographer and writer based in New York City.  Since his first TV series, James Cameron’s “Dark Angel” in 1999, he has worked on over 25 feature films, commercials, music videos and television series as a production coordinator, assistant director, development executive and creative producer, as well as directed short content and music videos for a variety of international artists.
As a filmmaker, Trevor has worked with a diverse group of directors, producers and actors including Keanu Reeves, Will Smith, Jennifer Connelly, John Cleese, Tom Wilkinson, Laura Linney, Ryan Reynolds, Jessica Biel and Wesley Snipes in the production of Blade Trinity, as well as apprenticed with writer/director Scott Derrickson on feature films such as The Exorcism of Emily Rose for Sony Pictures, and The Day The Earth Stood Still for 20th Century Fox. He has worked in development, production shooting and post production on feature projects and television series from major studios and networks including Warner Bros, Sony, Paramount, Disney, Dreamworks and NBC/Universal.
Using photography as a medium to explore mood and esthetic, Trevor’s images carry a cinematic energy, as if sliced from a motion picture reel or found on the cutting room floor.  His published books of photography are available for purchase here.
In 2011, Trevor associate produced the feature film “Henry’s Crime” starring Keanu Reeves, Vera Farmiga and James Caan, shot in New York City which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Trevor is currently developing his first feature length film based upon an original screenplay he wrote, a recently announced finalist at the 2011 Gotham International Film Festival in New York.