has served CAA in a number of roles since its formation in 1993. Prior
to CAA, he worked in minerals prospecting and real estate development.
As a consultant and broker in New York and Houston during the 1980's
and '90's, he gained experience in the sale, leasing and financing of
real property - standout transactions include Texas' largest non-institutional
deal of 1988-89, to which he brought the buyer (seven office buildings/one
closing). His architectural apprenticeship included supervision of multi-unit
housing and high rise office buildings, including some of Houston's
top properties. Recent projects have attracted tours and publications,
and sometimes controversy. In 1994, he received a New Forms Initiative
grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (with project
partner Rob Ziebell).
Cameron has been
active in a number of non-profit and service organizations, including
Aurora Picture Show (Board member), The Hospice in the Texas
Medical Center (Ethics Committee: 1998-2000), Blaffer Gallery
at the University of Houston (Board of Advisors), The Sierra Club
(Houston Clean Air Act Coordinator on behalf of Sierra, The
Audubon Society, and The Wilderness Society: 1987-88), Houston
Sculpture/2000 (Board member), and Site/Work/S (Director:
in the fields of art and design has been featured nationally and internationally
since 1977, incuding broadcasts by CNN, The Discovery Channel,
and other networks, and in print publications such as The New York
Times, and The Wall Street Journal. His writings have been
published in various media, including Metropolis, Cite,
Sculpture, and other periodicals. Please see Bibliography
Born in Edmonton,
Alberta, Cameron spent his childhood primarily in Canada and the United
Kingdom. Following studies at The American School in London,
Oberlin College and the Institute for Architecture and Urban
Studies (IAUS), he graduated from Yale University, M.Arch.
'81. He lives with his wife, Terrell James, in Houston, Texas.