Trevor was born and raised at the foothills of the Oquirrh Mountains in Magna, Utah, where the copper comes easy and the rockets fly straight. His dad is an aerospace engineer and his Mom is good at making jokes about the dishes not being rocket science. His mom also runs the Magna public library, and taught Trevor how to read, which turned out to be pretty useful for him. Armed with a strong interest in science from his dad and an ability to read from his mom, Trevor went to the University of Utah to study chemistry. After a yearlong internship at Watson Pharmaceuticals he joined Michael Bartl’s group to do some undergraduate research on nanocrystal crystallization kinetics. Once he got his degree he promptly began to goof off for a year in Salt Lake City before he came to New York to study organolead halide perovskites here in the Owen lab. Trevor is the second cousin twice-removed of astrophysicist Kip Thorne. In his spare time Trevor enjoys skiing, exploring the outdoors, listening to hip hop, watching cartoons, and being serious all the time.

Trevor Hull


B.S., Chemistry - The University of Utah


Crocker Undergraduate Internship Award - 2011