Trevor Angus

    Born and raised in Kispiox (BC) but now based in Vancouver, Trevor Angus (Tka’ast) is a talented carver and jeweller of Gitxsan / Wetsuweten heritage. He started carving at a young age and completed the four-year program at the Gitanmaax School of Northwest Coast Indian Art ('Ksan, BC) in 1998, further developing his technical woodworking skills and knowledge of traditional design. In addition to training under Master carvers like Vernon Stephens and Ken Mowatt, Trevor Angus worked alongside prominent Northwest Coast artists, including Earl Muldon and Walter Harris. He completed a course in Jewellery Arts at the Native Education Centre in Vancouver (BC) and perfected his skills in gold and silver jewellery engraving as an apprentice under Philip Janze.