Trenton Quiocho is a Filipino-American, Tacoma, WA native who has been working with glass for over 15 years in various capacities. He has held positions as a glassblower, hot shop technician, and teaching artist with organizations including Chihuly Boathouse, Glassybaby, Hilltop Artists, and the Museum of Glass. Currently, he is the Production Manager at Hilltop Artists.
Most recently, he curated and exhibited at Tacoma Art Museum's GATHER: 27 Years of Hilltop Artists exhibition. He has an upcoming residency at Barrio Glassworks in Carlsbad, CA, and is currently exhibiting work at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. He has also exhibited at Museum of Glass, Corning Museum of Glass, ArtXchange Gallery, and Columbia City Gallery.
Through his day job working with young people, he is especially passionate about advocating and creating more accessible and sustainable opportunities for young BIPOC creatives to explore glassblowing.