An award-winning journalist, Cameron is an experienced media performer in both television and newspapers. He has been breaking news on the frontline of many big events since 2000. As well as being an accomplished TV producer and journalist with a strong network of contacts across all media platforms, Cameron is invited to speak regularly about the media throughout Australia. He is highly sought after for media training and crisis management.
In 2015, Cameron won a CommsCon Award for the Best Community Relations Campaign for his work with the Australian Physiotherapy Associations National Tradies Health Month campaign.
The majority of Cameron's career has been spent with the Nine Network, where he primarily worked at A Current Affair, his various roles included producer, supervising producer, chief of staff in the Sydney office and Melbourne bureau chief. He also produced hosts Tracy Grimshaw and Ray Martin on many assignments.
During his time with Nine, Cameron travelled across Australia and around the world covering some of the biggest news events including, the 2006 World Cup in Germany, the Beaconsfield mine collapse,
the 2011 Christchurch earthquake and the 2011 Japanese tsunami. Cameron was a joint finalist with Tracy Grimshaw in the 2012 Walkley Awards.
He also worked as a crime reporter for Network Ten, covering the Melbourne gangland wars and 2009 Black Saturday bushfires.
Cameron founded Virtual Connexion in 2013 and is now engaged in helping individuals and companies tell their stories through video productions and social media.