Trinity began her drag career while in college in North Carolina learning from her drag mother, Celeste Starr. Once she moved back to Tennessee after completing her time at college, she took a break from drag to focus more on her dance career. She then began to perform again as a male lead in Cookeville for the next couple of years until she decided that drag was her true calling. Since then, Trinity has performed at numerous venues over the Southeast and Midwest. As a professional dancer, Trinity has been afforded opportunities to travel all over the globe and has used these opportunities to not only enhance her dance career but to also hone her performances as a Drag Performer.
Trinity won the Upper Cumberland Pride Pageant in 2014 and has been a spokesperson for the Upper Cumberland ever since, having used her platform to stand for the ones who felt like they couldn’t and to be a voice for the ones who feel that they don’t have one. Trinity has since moved to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and still performs regularly here in the Upper Cumberland at various events and venues, as well as volunteering her time and talents as the Vice President of the Upper Cumberland Pride Board.
She wishes all the luck into the world to any future contestants for the Upper Cumberland Pride Pageant. And has one simple message to anyone willing to hear it. “It doesn’t matter where you come from, it’s where you’re going. And if you see someone along the way without a smile, give them your’s…”