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Trillian looks to art for the way it challenges how humans share empathy with one another. She believes to be malleable in our industry, you have to understand the different cultures who have a part in making it blossom, and therefore has developed a growing interest in traveling as an element of her career. The quote: ‘to get a share of the human heart from all the different people I play,’ suits her artistic motives best.
Trillian’s leap into the arts started at the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics in Washington, USA; an arts magnet school where she developed her skills in theatre, tech theatre, photography, and film before traveling abroad to NIDA to further her studies in the BFA (Technical Theatre and Stage Management) course.
Taking her next leap into the industry, Trillian’s passion has grown for sound design and engineering, hoping to learn more about immersive audio, live mixing, playback engineering, studio recording, etc. As she expands her career, she wishes to develop into an all rounder sense of employment, hoping to never let go of stage management, lighting, video, and the bigger adventure, that is each production and its crew.