Trey grew up in Auburn, in the shadow of his future alma mater, Auburn University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Interior Architecture. His academic career encompassed many honors including scholarships, the Dean’s List, exhibits of his work, and studies abroad in Rome. He was afforded the opportunity to work with the design charrette for a new performing arts center for the campus and a theatre renovation project that was later exhibited at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Art. Trey is a self-confessed homebody enjoying old movies, family time, family trips and long walks with the family golden doodle, Dixie. Trey has the shortest commute of anyone in the company. He lives just across the courtyard from the office in the A&P Lofts designed by the firm. His new home houses his passion for collecting fine antiques, a result of his dream of having an English country house one day – with a little help from stalking 1st Dibs.
Trey can be reached at our Montgomery office.