Trevor Hawkins’s unique aesthetic and appetite for cinema, wildlife and adventure have earned him an EMMY, three Vimeo Staff-Picks, the title “Exceptional Filmmaker” from National Geographic and worldwide acclaim throughout the film, television and commercial industries.
Hawkins wore many hats on his first feature film, Lotawana, including writer, director, cinematographer, editor and colorist. He is currently in-development of his next movies. Twenty years after their genocide, he was hired by the President of Rwanda to create a film to rebrand the country’s image to the rest of the world. Although not a hunter himself, Hawkins is credited for dramatically reforming the creative and story-telling standards of the hunting industry with the hit show, Heartland Bowhunter.
Hawkins founded the production company, MAMMOTH, in 2010. RW2 represents his commercial work and FilmSupply represents his licensing. Beyond feature films and commercials, he creates documentaries, tourism and wildlife videos, TV shows and photography. He’s a life-long resident of Lake Lotawana, MO and can be found there sailing, skateboarding, wakeboarding, rehabilitating wildlife with his family, working on his cabin and “gettin wet ‘n wild with the other lake rats.”