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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"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


  • ‘Welcome to the Dollhouse’ taught me that, beneath all our moralizing, life is queer (Xtra 07/20/22)
  • A mixed-up phone call led two Anna Marie MacLeans to lifelong friendship (CBC 06/24/22)
  • Desperate for adventure, I joined a renegade sea circus (CBC 10/16/19)
  • Until real change is achieved, LGBTQ people in Japan have no reason to be grateful (Japan Times 07/04/18)
  • Why Canadian playwrights are big in Japan (NOW Magazine 11/14/17)
  • The Seat Next To The King mixes race, politics and forbidden sexuality (NOW Magazine 09/22/17)
  • Lady Gaga: #ARTBIRTH doesn’t get a completely smooth delivery (NOW Magazine 08/28/17)
  • Peace Boat participates in the Global Intergenerational Dialogue (Peace Boat Partner Report 9/20/19)

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