Cameron is a Colorado native and a junior at the University of Colorado Boulder. Cameron is currently studying civil engineering with an emphasis on construction engineering management and a minor in business.
“I started out doing photography because it was an easy class in high school, but I found out that I enjoyed it and had a talent for it. Later in high school, I worked for a portraiture studio for more than a year and a half. This is where I advanced my skills and learned to become a better photographer and how a professional photographer operates. A lot of the inspiration for my work stems from trying to use the elements and principals of design. I like to use dramatic lighting and interesting subject matter to invoke emotions or ideas in my work. The majority of my work is digital, but I have worked with traditional film cameras and darkrooms. I’ve never taken an art class in college due to a heavy class load, but I do still try to use my camera whenever I have free time. Since I've come to college I’ve moved away from portraiture, and I’ve turned my interests towards the more abstract and compositing of images.”