Trevor S. Valle

Paleontologist Trevor Valle is the former Assistant Lab Supervisor of the world famous La Brea Tar Pits, currently specializes in mitigation paleontology, and has appeared in numerous science television shows and documentaries (Dirty Jobs, Big History, Prehistoric: LA, Invisible, Life After People, History of the World, Titans of the Ice Age, and the "Evolution Expedition" special feature of Ice Age 3 on bluray),and was a primary scientist on the hit History Channel show Doomsday: 10 Ways The World Will End.

Trevor was also the host of Mammoth: Unearthed on the National Geographic Channel, about his trek across Siberia in search of woolly mammoths. He has worked all over North America, studying a wide range of fossils from ice age mammoths to dinosaurs, including performing one of the first necropsies on the famous "bleeding mammoth" during a six-week expedition across Russia.

In addition, he is also a craft-beer enthusiast, a level 1 Cicerone, was the debut interviewee for DRAFT Magazine, and is currently doing research and comprehensive review for a book on traveling for craft beer.

A five-time NerdNite presenter, two-time guest on the Joe Rogan Experience, two-time guest on the SciEnthusiasts podcast, and three-time Dragon Con guest, Trevor is bringing his passion of science communication to the masses with the eventual debut of the Fossils and Beer podcast (once he figures out how to do it).