McCandliss and Campbell is an art direction team that combines innovative typography and conceptually-driven fashion photography to create award-winning editorial design. They have received more than 250 design and photography awards from Graphis, The Society of Publication Designers, The Type Directors Club, Print’s Regional Design Annual, How International Design Awards, Communication Arts Design Annual, Communication Art Typography Annual and Creative Quarterly. They are currently creative directors of Earnshaw’s, a children’s fashion magazine, and Footwear Plus, a fashion magazine covering the footwear industry.

Nancy Campbell is a graduate of The School of Visual Arts with a BFA in graphic design. She has worked at numerous magazines including Harper’s Bazaar, Mademoiselle and YM

Trevett McCandliss received his BFA in fine arts from Syracuse University. He studied painting at the New York Studio School and graphic design and photography at The School of Visual Arts. 

McCandliss and Campbell have done presentations for students at The School of Visual Arts and The Fashion Institute of Technology. They have also hosted numerous student presentations at their New York office. McCandliss and Campbell were guest speakers at the 2012 Magazine Design Conference in Copenhagen and Oslo. In 2013, 2014 and 2015 they spoke at the National College Media Convention. They taught a master class in graphic design at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Copenhagen in 2015. Most recently, McCandliss and Campbell presented their work at the 2016 Magazine Design Conference in Oslo, Norway.

Nancy served on the jury of the Society of Publication Designers competition in 2014 and 2019. Trevett served on the jury in 2018. Together they judged the 2017 Graphis Design competition. Trevett is the Vice President of The Society of Publication Designers. Most recently Nancy judges the 2019 Communication Arts Typography competition. McCandliss and Campbell teach Type 1, Type 2, Expressive Typography and Editorial Design at Kean University.