Trever Barber is a photographer based in Washington state. He was born on the west coast, raised on the east and is currently studying at the Photographic Center Northwest. His work is focused on rural areas in Eastern Washington and is driven by found beauty. Often spending many hours driving bare highways, searching for a scene or person to tell a story. Trever’s work catches the spaces in between, the always unfolding story of the world that surrounds.
God Ain’t No Poet
God Ain’t No Poet is a project studying the impact of landscape on political and moral belief systems. Focusing on Eastern Washington it follows the storylines carved out by land and the people who inhabit it.
To view more of Trever’s work please visit his website.