Trey Hock explores the markers of narrative through short film, writing, installation, photography, performance and web-based social media platforms. His work interrogates the assumed physical and social constructions that surround us. These include narrative storytelling, the photographic frame, public and private spaces, and personal identity. His short films have shown at Sundance and other international film festivals. He has worked across platform through Instagram, printed photographic works, and installation to explore the power of the Selfie. Trey’s recent work, Blue River Road Investigators, explored the undervalued space of the Blue River Road and was exhibited at Open Spaces.
Trey is currently an Assistant Professor of Filmmaking and Creative Writing at Kansas City Art Institute.