Born in Stockton, CA, Daniel Alejandro Trejo is an emerging Latinx artist working in ceramic sculpture. He received his BA in Art Studio and Art History from University of California, Davis. Subsequent to completing his undergraduate studies, he obtained studio residency at Verge Center for the Arts in Sacramento.  He concurrently taught ceramic classes as an educational associate at Verge. Trejo also participated in group shows at venues in Los Angeles, Austin, Chicago and has held solo exhibitions in Sacramento at Panama Art Factory’s gallery and at Alpha Fired Arts gallery.  He has also co-organized and curated Sacramento Zine Fest under Unibrow Collective, a Sacramento based collaborative. Trejo has also been the recipient of The Howard R. Kottler Testamentary Trust Scholarship, and has participated in an intensive two-week residency at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Newcastle, ME.

Currently, Trejo is a resident at Verge Center for the Arts where he maintains his studio practice.