Cameron is a cinematographer/editor/director who began his journey studying Screen at Flinders University. After traveling extensively overseas, he completed an Advanced Diploma for Film & TV at ARTTS International in England. Cameron then spent the next 5 years working his way up from camera assisting to operating mainly in television drama, in the UK. His credits include “The Bill”, “Family Affairs”, “Grange Hill”, and various projects for the BBC and Channel 5. Upon returning to Australia he spent two years as a freelance camera operator, shooting everything from commercials to sport events, before landing a stint as the Commercial Director for Southern Cross Television in Port Lincoln. After two years in the country Cameron returned home taking up his current role in the Drama Centre at Flinders. As head of the Video & Film Dept. at Appel Farm Arts and Music in New Jersey, USA, and Judge and workshop provider for the “First Cut Film Festival” in Adelaide Cameron helped to nurture young talent. When not involved in filming, Cameron is a coach of Flinders Soccer Club and Sturt Lions Junior Soccer Club.
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Bachelor of Creative Arts (Screen)
Advanced Diploma for film & Television
Responisble of day to day operation of all aspects of film and television production for the Drama Centre including maintence and up keep of the television studio.
Audio Visual support for Drama Centre productions and teaching.
Cameron is a keen Soccer player and coach, a life member of the Flinders Soccer Club who also coaches Juniors for Sturt Lions Soccer Club.
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