Cameron is a composer and multi-instrumentalist from the North-East of England. His work focuses upon musical momentum, as well as perception, implication, and expectation in music. He is fascinated by the fact that most listeners, regardless of their background, can intuitively identify and describe feelings of ‘forward movement’ or ‘energy’ in a musical work, regardless of their knowledge or experience.
Most recently, he has been integrating approaches from contemporary jazz into the contemporary classical idiom, and exploring the possibilities for interaction between conventional notation and computer-coded music. He is a currently studying for a PhD in Music Composition at the University of York, under the supervision of Thomas Simaku. He previously completed both a BA in Music, and an MA in Composition at the same university, working with composers such as Roger Marsh, Nicola Lefanu, and Martin Suckling. Beyond composition, Cameron is an active performer of contemporary and jazz music, as well as an educator, fulfilling various instrumental teaching roles around the North East and North Yorkshire.