After winning several Theatrical Arts Awards, Tristan began his journey as a professional actor in the community of Toronto. He became an Actra member and a regular on many television shows like Degrassi and Radio Free Rosco.
In 2004 Tristan left the film and television industry to begin his own theatre arts production company called Word Made Flesh Productions. His focus was to use the theatrical arts to communicate the love of God to all people. Tristan and his colleagues have traveled all across North America educating individuals as well as opening for artists such as Israel Houghton, Ron Konnley, and Karen Clark-Shearad. Throughout this period, Tristan began creating marketing materials for his group refining his video, graphic, and audio skills in the process.
In 2010 Tristan created WMF Media Group. A new media company with a focus on creatively communicating ideas and concepts in simple, entertaining ways. During the last few years Tristan has been one of the most sought after young filmmakers/editors within the industry producing short films such as “Love Is You” & “Prospective”. He now provides training within high schools and consultations for churches and charities.
In 2013, Tristan was awarded the New Media Artist of the Year by the Mississauga Arts Council and Word Made Flesh Productions was awarded the Best New Performing Arts Group of the Year. He also received the award for Best Music Video by the Mississauga Independent Film Fest in 2012.
Today, Tristan is a husband to Natanya Barrocks, and father to 11 month old Zephtan Barrocks. As he passionately seeks new and innovative ways to use new media, Tristan continues to stay committed to his core vision which is to inspire, challenge, and enrich peoples life through the Arts.