I’m a four-time Canadian Podcast Award-winning writer, producer, and host for podcasts, radio, and live events.

I regularly contribute to CBC Radio/Podcasts (Commotion, The Doc Project, Personal Best). For three years and five seasons, I created, produced and hosted The Sonar Network's You Made Me Queer! (Apple Podcasts & Amazon Music feature, Xtra recommendation, opener for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee). Guests included Mark Tewksbury (Olympic gold medalist), Sook-Yin Lee (Shortbus, CBC's Definitely Not the Opera, MuchMusic), Scott Thompson (The Kids in the Hall), Trey Anthony (Da Kink in My Hair), and Jinkx Monsoon (RuPaul’s Drag Race, Broadway's Chicago).

I also host and moderate in-person events such as Fan Expo Canada, Toronto Comicon, the Toronto International Festival of Authors, MOTIVE Crime and Mystery Festival, and the Kingston Writers Festival. Past interviewees include Mary McDonnell (Academy Award-nominee, Dances With Wolves, Battlestar Gallactica), Jon Bernthal (The Bear, The Walking Dead), Ming-Na Wen (Mulan, The Mandalorian), Emily Swallow (The Mandalorian), the cast of Amazon Prime’s The Boys, Scott Patterson (The Gilmore Girls), Sean Gunn (The Guardians of the Galaxy), and Harvey Guillén (What We Do in The Shadows).

Past clients include:

Trevor Campbell - Hosting Clients
"Trevor is a great interviewer: thoughtful, surprising and fun. He brought me down paths I'd never travelled."
Sook-Yin Lee
Sook-Yin Lee
Shortbus, CBC's Definitely Not The Opera
“Trevor Campbell is a rare find... an expertly engaging interviewer, brimming with charm, warmth and a nimble sense of humour."
Elvira Kurt
Elvira Kurt
CBC’S Q, The Comedy Network’s Pop Cultured


Queerial Podcast, The Sonar Network


The Sonar Network
Debut Air Date: June 2024

Limited Series | Creator, Host, Editor & Producer

Ask anyone: something, somewhere, is making people queer. In this limited series, part-time detective Trevor Campbell follows the fingerprints and feather boas back to the original scene of the crime. Queerial is a true crime-ish whodunnit that will have you on the edge of your chaise lounge as it searches for the answer to the ultimate question:
who is Patient Queero?

Commotion with Elamin Abdelmahmoud


Original Air Date: Jan. 5, 2024

Episode | Culture Commentator, Panelist

After a year of blockbuster films and Hollywood strikes, host Elamin Abdelmahmoud chats with comedians and podcasters Ashley Ray and Trevor Campbell, and film critic Kristy Puchko about who they think deserves a golden statue. Plus, the Friday Group Chat gives us their takes on Dan Levy’s directorial debut, Good Grief, following his mega-hit series Schitt’s Creek.



The Sonar Network
Series Air Date: 2021–2024

Series | Creator, Host, Editor & Producer

Winner of 4 Canadian Podcast Awards (13 nominations), featured by Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, CBC Arts, and Xtra. YMMQ! is a serial comedy interview podcast about queer origin stories. Each episode, I invite my guest to point the finger at who and/or what “made” them queer, resulting in a glorious roast of “the gay agenda” and a hilarious celebration of self discovery.

Link: Read YMMQ!’s profile by CBC Arts

Anna & Anna, CBC Podcasts


The Doc Project | CBC Podcasts
Original Air Date: Jun. 24, 2024

Episode | Writer, Host, Editor & Co-Producer

This episode and accompanying web article tell the story of Anna Marie MacLean — both of them. Hear how a “chance” meeting between two women with the exact same name established a fateful link with lifelong impact.

Pandemic Dating, CBC


The Doc Project | CBC Podcasts
Original Air Date: Feb. 14, 2021

Episode Segment | Writer, Host & Co-Producer

This half-episode radio segment and accompanying web article take a wry look at COVID-19’s impact on modern dating. Key questions include: Do they make hand sanitizer that smells like French cologne? Does this mask make my face look fat? And how do you make a move from two metres away?


The Doc Project | CBC Podcasts
Original Air Date: Oct. 15, 2020

Mini-Series | Writer, Host & Co-Producer

This three-part miniseries blended historical documentary and first-person narrative to explore the fantastic world of Caravan Stage Company, a nomadic theatre collective and experimental community with a globe-crossing fifty-year history.

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