The past year has been an incredible one for Trevor Morris. He received two Emmy Award nominations and three Gemini Award nominations, earning his second wins in each. Trevor’s cinematic and thrilling score was also heard in the highly anticipated action-packed film, Immortals. Trevor has earned multiple Emmy and Gemini nominations and awards for his work on Showtime’s The Borgias (Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music in 2011), The Tudors (Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music in 2007, Best Original Score in 2010 and 2011) and Starz Entertainment’s The Pillars of the Earth. Trevor’s music has also been heard in films and TV shows such as The Hills Have Eyes II, Something’s Gotta Give, Beautiful Boy, The Chase, Moonlight, Miami Medical, Kings, Justice, and Interactive Games such as Need For Speed: Carbon and Command and Conquer. The Canadian composer was born in London, Ontario, and attended Fanshawe College’s Music Industry Arts program, Canada’s most prestigious school for recording and production. Graduating at the top of his class, he moved to Toronto to work in music production. Trevor eventually turned away from production and began to focus full-time on composing music for television commercials. In 1999, he moved to Los Angeles to score for films and television, and has since collaborated with some of the best directors in the business. In November 2011, The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles held an event in honor of Trevor’s body of work.