Trey’s voice dropped several octaves when he reached adolescence, settling into a distinct rumbling baritone. He lost the ability to whisper and decided, from that moment on, he would set out to make a living with his voice.
Trey has spent most of his career working as a broadcaster and journalist. He got his first radio gig in 1987. From there, he has worked in eight DMAs as an on-air radio talent and a radio/TV reporter and anchor.
Trey got his first voice over booking in 2002, portraying Frederick Douglas in an Oregon Public Broadcasting documentary. Since then, he has performed in countless commercials, e-learning modules and narration projects.