“As a storyteller, I like to spin classic adventures and put underrepresented members of society in the spotlight.”
Born in London to a Norwegian mother and English father, and growing up in Sweden, Cameron is natively trilingual and passionate about different cultures. He currently speaks seven languages fluently, including Mandarin Chinese and French, and is able to converse in several others, including Arabic, Japanese and Asante Twi.
Cameron has written, directed and produced short films, digital series, plays and commercials. His broadcast work includes multiple educational and humorous productions for the BBC, while commercial clients include the likes of Deliveroo, MADE.com and The Cheeky Panda. He has also produced commercials of football stars Neymar and Dani Alves and a short film which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. As an actor, Cameron has performed on TV in Beijing, on the stages of Stockholm, and has voice-acted in over 60 TV episodes and feature films, portraying amongst others: Dundonian pie-shop patrons, Norse Vikings, German tourists and Bolivian Silver-miners.
As a storyteller, Cameron is first and foremost interested in exploring themes of environmental protection and mental health. Through his craft, he hopes to inform on and reverse global warming. With regards to mental health, Cameron has witnessed the consequences of loved ones with autism falling through the cracks of society. This, and the continued lack of understanding that the general public continues to have towards those who are “different”, drives him to tell stories to help build a more compassionate world.
Cameron studied film at the London Film Academy and holds a Bachelor in Chinese Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, University of London).