Trevi believes craft is a constant state of learning, practicing, and problem solving. As she fixates on new skills, repetition becomes meditation. She is not inspired solely by the world around her, but rather the full experience of it. Creating jewelry and metal objects is how Trevi honors these idiosyncrasies, including the need for a tactile and tangible existence. Making becomes a space for healing and reflection, bringing her out of her head and into the hands. Her work mirrors this exchange from the inside out, emotional states represented as physical pieces. Trevi is a Bay Area native. She received a BFA from the California College of the Arts and has a studio in Alameda.