Trevor Keller

Trevor Keller is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project who loves photography and is always looking for a new Wisconsin park, trail or scenic overlook to explore.

Stories from Trevor Keller

Actor on stage
July 11, 2017

Jade Payton is an acting apprentice at American Players Theatre. For an aspiring actor, that means starting at the bottom of the career ladder.

Nyckelharpa
March 7, 2017

Earl Holzman builds nyckelharpas, a traditional Swedish folk instrument.

Ukuladies
February 21, 2017

After three decades directing a choir, Mary Backus decided to form a different kind of music group for women who love to play the ukulele.

KC Williams
February 10, 2017

Milwaukee musician K.C. Williams forges a career from country music to the classroom.

Long Time Teacher
January 20, 2017

Ed Drexler has taught genetics at Pius XI High School in Milwaukee since 1950. Now 90 years old, he looks back at a life dedicated to teaching others.

Braille Challenge
January 18, 2017

A Green Bay teenager competes annually in the Braille Challenge, a national braille reading competition.

Black Cat Alley
November 3, 2016

Milwaukee is often referred to as America’s most segregated city. Artist Tia Richardson hopes to combat those negative stereotypes by painting her city in a positive light.

Senior Ping Pong
October 13, 2016

For three seniors in Janesville, a ping pong club opened the door to becoming competitive ping pong players.

Pipe Dreams
October 13, 2016

Manfred Schonauer turned a 100 year old two-room schoolhouse into a concert hall. He not only holds classes and concerts there, it’s his home too.

Rube Goldberg
November 10, 2016

Four engineering students at the University of Wisconsin-Barron County decided to enter the 2016 college competition. The assignment was to open an umbrella. Galetka and friends Mathew Dentinger, Zachary Metza and Jacob Saxinger built a 45 step machine that paid tribute to inventor Nikola Tesla.