Photographer Trevor Mein’s revered library of work can be equally defined by his ability to capture Australian architecture and his dedication to capturing motion, atmosphere and energy. Most pointedly, Trevor Mein records the ethereal and ephemeral beauty of what lies above.
Trevor Mein’s photography is concerned with clouds; their motion, evanescence, power, and luminosity. His fascination with the sky is longstanding, dating back to his childhood spent on a farm in rural Victoria, where the wide-open landscape expressed an infinite horizon.
Trevor’s commitment to the sky’s theatre is not dissimilar to a painter. He remains amazed by the boundless variations that appear; the beauty, the drama and the contrast. This deep respect is reflected in his finesse for illuminating the atmosphere of open space in architecture and design.