Trevin Lowrey has worked in the interactive arena for many years. His extensive experience in new media programs includes Web site and multimedia development, hosting, database integration, transaction systems design and technical consulting.
Before founding Interactive Division, Inc. in 1997, Trevin was production manager for Poppe Tyson Interactive New York, one of the top three interactive agencies in the U.S. During his time there, Trevin directed multiple Internet development projects for world-leading clients such as Dean Witter, Minolta, IBM, T. Rowe Price and Dow Chemical. Prior to joining Poppe Tyson, Trevin served as production manager for CKS Partners in both the San Francisco and New York offices. There he successfully implemented identity campaigns and launches for McDonald’s Global Graphics System, Network MCI, Internet MCI, MCI One and PIXAR Animation Studio.
Trevin received a B.F.A in Graphic Communications with Computer-Aided Design Emphasis at the Academy of Art College San Francisco, California affiliated with University of San Francisco (USF).