Cameron has always been a fiercely creative individual. From a young age he sought to be the best at whatever he tried.
He was always good at art and naturally adept at communicating with people.
Whilst studying design and media in the early 90s, he discovered a knack for photography, presentation and writing in the third person.
He was given a camcorder in Thailand sometime around 2003 but it wasn’t until 2005 that he started editing seriously, whilst living in Beijing where he worked as a marketing assistant and game supervisor on the worlds largest travelling fairground.
Since then he has worked on and off as a freelance videographer between jobs in teaching and student recruitment. His clients have included corporations and small businesses, proud parents and newlyweds, two bicycle tour companies, Aussie comedians and British recording artists.
Whilst living in Bangkok, Cameron also worked as a TV presenter and producer for independent Australian channel, Capital TV, a columnist for The Phuket Gazette and English language lyricist, vocal coach and session musician for the hugely successful Thai musician, Singto Numchock.
In addition, he has also provided voice overs for TV features as well as the commentary for the Wheel of Liverpool.
He was born on the Isle of Wight and has lived and worked in London, Bangkok, Koh Chang, Beijing, Hangzhou and Hong Kong.
In 2016 Cameron repatriated and made London his new home, briefly working as a tour guide before becoming operations manager of Quiz Coconut.
In 2020 the global pandemic had a devastating affect on the quiz/events industry, forcing him to choose an entirely different career path.
He is currently deputy director of the Herpes Viruses Association, a small charity dedicated to normalising the ridiculous stigmatisation of herpes simplex and helping those affected by it.