Trevor Gould is an experienced powwow dancer and singer, who has been performing for more than 20 years. He has spoken to audiences about Mi’kmaw culture. He is also known for singing, dancing and drumming. He was in the musical “DRUM!” for ten years. He presently sings with the Eastern Eagle Singers from Indian Brook, Nova Scotia.
When Trevor Gould saw the call for submission for AFCOOP’s Languages of Nova Scotia, he submitted his film, Apija’simk. An idea he shared with his friend has now been made into a film that has been screened all over Nova Scotia. Apija’simk is now being submitted to festivals and with the rich subject matter and characters, the film is sure to screen in many with awards to boot.