Campbell is an award-winning filmmaker. Her titles include the award-winning ‘BD Women’ (1994), ‘Viva Tabatha’ (1996) and ‘Paradise Lost’ (2003). She made ‘Broken Chain’ (2008) a BBC/Film London project in March 2008. Other titles include the award-winning ‘Legacy’ (2006) which explores a personal take on the lasting impact of slavery on Black families and ‘Fem’ (2007), a butch homage to queer femininity.
Campbell’s body of work was honoured by the Queer Black Cinema festival in New York in March 2009. ‘Image, Memory and Representation’ was a retrospective of her work which was programmed at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2007.
Campbell curated ‘No Heroes’ as part of the ‘Progress Reports 2010’ at Iniva which also screened at the Red Cat Arts Centre in Los Angeles 2010. She was invited to programme the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2004 – 2005. She was also the festival director for ‘The Fire This Time! – Queering Black History Month 2006’ which focussed on the work of queer artists of colour for Black History Month.
She has written published short stories and articles on film, sexuality and gender for Diva Magazine, Feminist Review, The Pink Paper, Critical Quarterly, Chroma Magazine, BFM Magazine, Luxonline and BFI Screenonline.
Campbell was Sound Mixer for ‘The OWLS’ (2010) directed by Cheryl Dunye, DoP for ‘For Cultural Purposes Only’ (2009) directed by Sarah Wood, ‘Bend It’ (2008) directed by Jules Nurrish, Camera for feature films ‘Do I Love You?’ (2002) and ‘Tick Tock Lullaby’ (2007) directed by Lisa Gornick.