Upon graduating from UNC School of the Arts with an M.F.A in Film Music Composition where she studied under (among others) Chris Heckman (Red Dead Redemption, Shifting Gears) and Rod Abernethy (Dead Space, The Hobbit: the Video Game, Rage, Totem), Trinity received the Music Internship with the Television Academy Foundation (aka the Emmy’s), where she worked with well-established television and film composers Michael Levine (the Kit-Kat jingle, Cold Case, Resident Evil 7, Freeform’s Siren), Jeff Russo (Star Trek: Discovery, TV’s Fargo, Legion, The Night Of) and Reinhold Heil (Cloud Atlas, Berlin Station). She worked as an assistant for Craig Richey (Girl on a Bicycle, Hulu’s Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie, Uncanny, You Can Choose Your Family) and Anton Sanko (The Possession, Ouija, Jessabelle, the Rabbit Hole). She worked as a copyist for You Can Choose Your Family, as an additional orchestrator for Hulu’s Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. Trinity has scored multiple festival-nominated short films, including festival-winning Splash!, a 3D Animation; features, commercials, promotional videos, and more. She recently moved back from Los Angeles to Charlotte to grow her business, ReelScoring, which provides original music for film, video games, television and multimedia.