Trinity currently lives and studies in Merseyside.
She is a writer and media maker, specialising in video editing and prose/poetry. Trinity is a published and award-winning poet coached by industry professionals such as Mimi Khavalti and Raymond Antrobus. She has published seven poems and two books. She has been a video editor for several years and amassed over six million views on YouTube. She has both written and directed several short films, and was president of Media Production at Liverpool John Moores in 2022-2023.
Trinity currently attends Liverpool John Moores University, studying a BA in Media Production. She completed A-Levels at Durham Sixth Form Centre with an A* in Film Studies, an A in Theatre Studies and a Distinction* in Creative Media Production, as well as writing in her spare time. She previously attended Belmont Community School, where she achieved eight passes, including a 9 in English and an 8 in Maths.
Trinity’s journey as a writer began six years ago, starting with poetry. Poetry, for her, is akin to ballet in dance, a medium to establish a strong foundation in language, form, and structure. In 2018, she had the honour of winning the Rotary Club poetry competition for her region.
Trinity’s poetry has been featured in notable publications, including Between These Shores Literary and Arts Annual, where she was recognised as their featured emerging poet, Bollocks to Brexit, and Pure Slush: The Beautifullest. In 2019, she expanded into prose, completing nine short stories and exploring the rich world of novels.
As a storyteller, she’s written a 60k-word draft of a young-adult contemporary fiction novel and a 40k-word draft of a middle-grade portal fantasy. Her current projects include a young-adult time travel novel and an adult contemporary novel. She also has plans for a young-adult novel series and an adult literary fiction novel, and is slow-drafting a memoir.
In 2019, Trinity won the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award, becoming the first-ever winner from the Northeast. The experience allowed her to connect with talented poets from across the world and attend an enriching writing retreat at the Hurst. Her tutors, Raymond Antrobus and Mimi Khavalti, were instrumental in honing her craft.
As Trinity continues her journey as a writer, she’s passionate about expanding the boundaries of storytelling and supporting awareness, education, and acceptance of mental health issues. Her stories are her ultimate passion in life, and sharing this passion with fellow creative minds is “a dream come true”.
You can purchase Trinity’s book Becoming the Woman of your Dreams: An Interactive Guide to Self-Discovery and Transformation here.