Hey, I'm Cameron!
Los Angeles, California
I am a filmmaker and visual storyteller based in Los Angeles, California.
I use film as an attempt to make sense of the complexity of the human condition, while shedding light on stories that speak true to my own existence. My most recent film, "A Mother's Soliloquy," explored the turmoils of addiction and its effect on my relationship with my mother, and went on to receive a nomination for Best Alternative Film at the 2020 Student Academy Awards.
I don't like tradition. Nor do I follow it. In addition to experimental filmmaking, my past work includes interactive films, vertical cinema, projection-based installations, and VR/XR experiences. While my work falls across a range of themes, genres, and mediums, all attempt to push boundaries on the nature of cinema, finding ways of speaking to audiences on a visceral, emotional level. Through my work, I hope to challenge convention, to generate discourse, and to re-imagine filmmaking in an ever-changing media landscape.
Anti-Venom For A Snake
1993, New York. When an upcoming drag queen's power is shut off, she is forced to deal with the unbearable silence of an empty apartment.