At age five, after taking far too many pictures of the floor on his mom's Polaroid, a family friend mistakenly told Cameron that he had a good eye. Fast forward sixteen years, and he has remedied both his eye and his determination to photograph the floor.

Cameron now 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. In the summer of 2017, he interned full-time at The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Delaware Valley’s newspaper of record, and a winner of 20 Pulitzer Prizes. 

He has credit lines in The New York Times, Financial Times, National Public Radio, Buzzfeed, The Philadelphia Inquirer, VOX, The Chicago Tribune, Neiman Reports, WXPN, Barstool Sports, Ithaca Voice, and The Cornell Daily Sun, among others.

In his spare time, Cameron can be found perfecting his pizza recipe, learning about his Cuban and German heritage, searching near and far for New York State’s best ice cream, drinking coffee far too late in the day, watching the Boston Red Sox, and trusting The Process.

Photo: Piazza Mino in Fiesole, Italy, where Cameron spent his early childhood.