Cameron has a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Hons) from the University of Guelph and a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Thomas University.  He currently serves as the Director of the Climate Change Secretariat with the Government of Nunavut.  

Beyond his work, he is also involved with as a board member with the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) and the President of the Nunavut Association of Landscape Architects (NuALA). Calling Iqaluit home, Cameron has worked across Nunavut for over 15 years and had the opportunity to visit communities in all 3 regions of the territory.  He has seen the impact of Permafrost degradation on the land firsthand, this exposure has fostered an interest in gaining a better understanding of Permafrost research across the territory. He is working to ensure that data collection efforts are supported in each community, with engagement from Inuit using Inuit Qauijimajatuquangit so that Permafrost data can be utilized by decision makers in communities as well as within the Regional Inuit Associations, and the territorial government.