About Cameron

Cameron Pollack is a senior B.A. candidate in Government at Cornell University. "kcalloP" is his last name spelt backwards. He is a photojournalist interested in covering politics, social issues, education, music, and sports. 

Cameron serves as the photography editor at The Cornell Daily Sun, one of the top collegiate dailies in the country, and as a multimedia journalist at WXPN, a NPR member station based in Philadelphia. He is currently interning full time at The Philadelphia Inquirer, shooting as many as 6 assignments in one day.

He has credit lines in The New York Times, Financial Times, Neiman Reports, National Public Radio, The Philadelphia Inquirer, WXPN, MTV Live, The Cornell Daily Sun, The Columbia Spectator, and Rock On Philly.

In 2016, Cameron covered the campaign trail with The Cornell Daily Sun, from the New York State primaries up until the aftermath of the election. He covered pride month in Italy, one of the most Catholic countries in Europe, and photographed the XPoNential and Made in America music festivals in Camden, N.J. and Philadelphia, Pa. respectively, as well as 100 other live acts.

In his spare time, Cameron can be found perfecting his pizza recipe, living a double life as a fashion photographer with The Thread Magazine, drinking coffee far too late in the day, watching the Boston Red Sox, and trusting The Process.

 

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