At the age of ten, Cameron was an established paleontologist, traveling to Utah to excavate dinosaur bones and returning to his 5th-grade classroom to present the findings of his research. In middle and high school, he chased dreams of playing the trumpet and racing mountain bikes at a professional level. Late in high school, he realized that visual art was (and is) the unlikely common denominator of all other endeavors.
Cameron began receiving commissions and gaining acceptance into a notable gallery shows his freshman year of college. He graduated from James Madison University in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Studio Art as well as a Pre-K-12 Visual Arts Teaching Licensure and won the school’s award for a graduating senior with a concentration in painting. Since graduation, he has won numerous awards in art fairs and juried shows. He is currently represented by TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA, Axiom Fine Art, Winter Park, FL, The Vault at 1930, Jacksonville, FL, Magnolia, Roanoke, VA, and BOJUart, VA Beach, VA. Among his clients is The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, The JMU School of Integrated Science and Technology, Della Watkins, Director of the Columbia Museum of Art, and Braden Holtby, Goalie of the Washington Capitals.
Cameron lives, works, and plays in Richmond, VA. He plays the trumpet, coaches a local youth mountain bike team, jumps on the trampoline, and is involved with extracurricular art programs for inner-city K-12 students.