This is Trouble – Dedicated To The Life And Work Of Trevor “Trouble” Andrew

Posted by Helge Zirkl | March 16th, 2012 Share

Last fall, Desillusiøn Magazine followed Trevor “Trouble” Andrew on a journey around Brooklyn and New York City. The short documentary shows the city, its people, music and art scene out of Trouble’s very own perspective, while sharing his vision of life and the board sports culture. “This is Trouble” captures some unique and intriguing footage of a personality and creative mind, inspired by snowboarding and rock’n’roll.

The movie introduces the 1st issue of Desillusiøn Magazine’s new Guest Editor series to celebrate its 10-year anniversary. Trevor Andrew, who has been part of the Nixon family for many years, will make the debut of this line of six special issues, dedicated to some of the main characters of the board sports, art and music culture that inspired Desillusiøn Magazine for the last decade. ❚

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