Trevor Campbell was born in Kingston Jamaica, home of Reggae and Redstripe. Growing up as an only child and a son of a single mother he has always had an expansive imagination. Inspired to direct after seeing “The Harder They Come” while at Art school, he took his first steps as a future filmmaker by first copywriting, then producing advertising campaigns as an Art Director for McDonalds International. Leaving the nascent Jamaican film industry behind, he migrated to America where after earning his Bachelors in Film and Video he worked in Journalism. As a news photojournalist he received multiple Emmy Nominations and won an Edward R. Murrow award for his stories. His first film The Loophole, a dark comedy inspired by an old Twilight Zone episode was accepted to the Indie Memphis Film festival. In the relentless pursuit of his passion he moved to Los Angeles where for the last 4 years he has freelanced directing short films and music videos as well as editing and producing promos for Universal Records and Sony Pictures.