Trey Hill is a professional sculptor and professor at The University of Montana. He attended graduate school at San Jose State University and studied with Stan Welsh, receiving his MFA in 2002. Hill was invited to build large-scale public sculpture in Roja, Latvia in the summer of 2002 and spent the summer of 2007 building sculpture in China at the Fu Le International Ceramic Art Museum in Fuping. He was also invited to work at HAP Studios in Beijing.
Trey’s sculptures has been featured in numerous galleries through out the States and was also juried into the Korean Biennale at the World Ceramic Center (2007). His artist residencies include the LH Project and The Archie Bray Foundation.