Tré is a modern storyteller, Creative Director, Massurreal artist endorsed by The Museum For Massurrealist Art (Berlin, Germany), and based in the USA. Art photography, music video creation, illustrations, and cover art are her specialties. Best known for her imaginative details and fearless use of color, Tré work has been featured in the Washington Post and Hill Rag Magazine.
Currently, Tré is in the process of publishing her first fully illustrated Art Book of Haiku poetry "Moonscape Haiku Phase I" with creative Wolf Twin partner, Thomas L. Vaultonburg.
“Blurring the lines between realism and fantasy inspires me. I’m passionate about creating stories that delight. I see beauty everywhere — whether through written word, at the tip of a paintbrush or through the camera lens — we are all living paintings and life is a work of art.
Photography, cover art, illustrations, and videos all tell a tale by conveying an exceptional truth to the world. When articulated, they don’t simply impart information; they help us communicate beyond words, pluck our heart strings, and give us reason to believe. Within us dwells the histories and fables to inspire future generations. What's your story?"
Publicity • Clients
Dave Matthews Band
DJ Takuya Angel
Kathryn Elizabeth Bailey Cunningham
Left On Red
Les Sans Culotes
DC Fashion Week
Fashions Night Out
London Fashion Week
NYC Fashion Week
Alma Theatre Group
Edinburgh International Festival
Le Petit Guignol
Lynn Sharp Spears
The Love Show
The Scarlette Parlour
Current: The Museum for Massurrealist Art
Touchstone 40th Anniversary Show
Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC, May 1st, 2016
"Lucid Dreams" The Archetypes of Humanity, (DC Photo Week) Solo Show
Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC, Nov. 1st, 2013
POLITICS As UN-USUAL, Group Show
Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC, Jan. 4th, 2013