Still You Know Me
In the vast expanse of all creation, it is astounding that the God who made it all, knows and desires to know me. Grace, man - such grace.
© Trevor Wentt

Still You Know Me

In the vast expanse of all creation, it is astounding that the God who made it all, knows and desires to know me. Grace, man - such grace.

© Trevor Wentt

 s t o r m 
Storm clouds rolled through Bristol tonight that were just such a sweet testimony of God’s creation and how even over the darkness, He is Lord.

© Trevor Wentt

s t o r m

Storm clouds rolled through Bristol tonight that were just such a sweet testimony of God’s creation and how even over the darkness, He is Lord.

© Trevor Wentt

Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
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Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
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Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
Zoom Info
Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
Zoom Info
Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
Zoom Info
Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
Zoom Info
Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
Zoom Info
Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
Zoom Info
Blackout
I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 
These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt
Zoom Info

Blackout

I have sort of an internal tradition that on the last day of something, whether  a school year, job, wrestling season, mission trip or whatever, I wear all black. Kind of came from the song Blackout by Lupe Fiasco, so I always end up saying, “It’s game over, it’s a Blackout.” 

These images come from my last day as the creative arts intern at my church, so I decided to blackout everything, from my clothes to the background. It was a fun experiment.

© Trevor Wentt

Will be adding some personal style self- portraits to the blog very soon. Stay tuned for a greater picture of who I am stylistically.