Trevi Alohilani Pendro (they/her) is a non-binary hāfu metalsmith, maker, and writer. Born in Los Angeles and raised in the SF Bay Area, they earned their BFA in Jewelry / Metal Arts from California College of the Arts, minor in Writing & Literature. They further developed their practice through continued mentorship from established artists and artist residencies. They are not inspired solely by the world around them, but rather the full experience of it. Creating jewelry and metal objects is how they honor these idiosyncrasies, including a need for a tactile and tangible existence. Made primarily in sterling silver, their work combines abstracted details of nature with experimentation of traditional metalsmithing techniques. The result is clean lines, bold yet simple shapes, and calling attention to otherwise unsung details.