We had the good fortune of connecting with Trévion (Tré) Harris and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Trévion (Tré), what makes you happy? Why?
What makes me truly happy is living in my total truth. I LOVE the fact that I am unapologetically living my best and authentic life. once I realized I needed to live in my truth it opened a whole new world and outlook that I still live by today. you can’t go through life pretending to be something that you’re not to please society because you’ll never truly be happy. I am a firm believer that once you open the doors to true self-worth a self-recognition the possibilities to true happiness are endless!
Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
My Art is very unique to me because it is an umbrella of multiple things. I was a creative artist before I became a musical Artist and I’m a relatively new dancer. my drawings and creations have been used in so many creative ideas to promote events, win contests, and showcase others who have an idea but can’t quite bring it to life. I’m a self-taught creative Artist with a long line of drawers in my family, but unfortunately, I’m the only one who still draws/paints today. I’ve recently moved into digital art creating logos for customers and editing photos. As far as my musical career, I play 5 instruments that include: Violin, Viola, Cello, Up-right Bass, and Piano. I’ve been playing for about 15 years now and my musical side has made me a lump some of money over the years. I was self-taught up until high school where I worked with my music teacher extensively, who I still work with today. The road was definitely not easy AT ALL! I’m more-so referring to my musical career rather than my creative artistry and dancing because I draw and paint as a side hustle. however, I would love to make a lasting professional career in dancing. The road to a booked Violinist was honestly very strenuous and competitive. Violin is one of the most challenging instruments to learn and I’m currently still making my way to the mastery level one practice at a time. I’ve payed at countless churches, and charity events I also played at the Georgia tech hotel twice and the Governors Mansion, and early on I competed in All-State. My dancing Career is somewhat new because I wasn’t on the stage until I was in college dancing at school events. I won the award for Best Dancer at my school which is a small accomplishment but something I’m certainly really proud of. my biggest inspirations for wanting to be a dancer are Beyoncé, Todrick Hall, and Ashely Everett.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
if my best friend were to come into town for a week I would have the whole week planned out as such;
Monday- Brunch at iHop then a trip to Lennox mall for shopping then dinner at Cheesecake Factory
Tuesday- skating at Starlite skating rink, then dinner at my house where I cook my famous Spaghetti Bake
Wednesday- back to Lennox mall (because more then likely I didn’t buy something I really wanted and now I REALLY want it) maybe a movie at Regal Cinemas in Atlantic station then dinner at Maggiano’s Little Italy
Thursday: movie night and wine (Watch and Sip)
Friday: Coke Museum during the day Marquette (club) at night its LIT!!!!!!
Saturday: Six Flags (this will be all day)
Sunday: Georgia Aquarium/ chill day, getting ready for them to leave (because by now they’re getting on my nerves and I’m ready for them to leave because its been a loooong week lol)
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
Latrez Anderson (IG: latrezanderson)
Alvin Stephens (IG: al_cast_)
Junesia Cooper (IG: call_me_niecy)
Najhia Dunkley (IG: najhiaariel)
Chikodinaka Regina Okyie (IG: @_killingina)
Bruno Paige (Music instructor)
All of these people have played a very important role in my life and the development of the person you see today!