I help organizations and individuals find their voice through strategic multi-platform messaging.

A good idea needs a great story. Deliver your product, initiative or pitch to its audience through focused copy that sings with wit and personality — and leaves your reader saying tell me more.


I write about society + culture, arts + entertainment, 2SLGBTQIA+ issues, travel + tourism, and food.

My work has been published by CBC, CBC Podcasts, Xtra, Toronto Life, The Japan Times, NAVITIME Japan, Metropolis Magazine, The Puritan, and NOW Magazine.


I write and edit scripts for a documentary and fictional media. I've created one-off and serial productions for CBC's The Doc Project/Storylines since 2019. My work has won four Canadian Podcast Awards, with a total of 13 nominations.

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"Editors’ lives are busy, and the last thing we want is to have to worry about writers. Will they meet their deadlines? Will their copy be clean? Will they respond quickly to notes? In the short time I got to work with Trevor Campbell, the answers to all of the above were “Hell, yes.” Drawing on his eclectic background, Trevor wrote entertaining articles that thrummed with life and worldly experience. Reading one of Trevor’s impeccable pieces, I always learned something new – and usually laughed several times (did I mention he's funny?). It’s been a joy to watch him branch off into podcasting and longer form articles. I can’t wait to see what he does next."
Glenn Sumi
Glenn Sumi
Freelance Arts Journalist and Former Entertainment Editor at NOW Magazine
"Trevor is a world-class communicator with a heart of gold. He is an absolute joy to work with and I'd do so again in a heartbeat."
Christina Crook
Christina Crook
Founder + CEO, JOMO
"Trevor Campbell is a rare find… an expertly engaging interviewer brimming with charm, warmth, and a nimble sense of humour."
Elvira Kurt
Evlira Kurt
CBC’S Q, The Comedy Network’s Pop Cultured


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