Cameron has over 15 years in the landscape architecture and build industry. He grew up in Wilmington, Delaware and attended The Tatnall School before his college years at University of Delaware where he earned double majors in Plant Science and Landscape Horticulture. Cameron also excelled as a standout athlete in lacrosse, receiving State of Delaware HS Player of the Year distinction in 2003, and enjoyed a notable college career with multiple honors, including being named to the Tewaaraton Watch List his final season (lacrosse equivalent of the Heisman in football).
After receiving his Bachelors of Science from UD, Cameron began his professional career as an intern for Winterthur Estate & Gardens where he was able to absorb the naturalistic approach to landscape design. He also worked with a few prominent Landscape firms, honing and refining his creative interests. This drive and focus led him back to school to earn a master's degree in Landscape Architecture (MLA) from Temple University. The strong principles of sustainability and ecological restoration, the program's backbone, are evident throughout Cameron’s work today. His strong commitment to seamlessly blend architecture with the landscape, incorporating both classic and innovative elements, is what sets Cameron's projects apart.