Cameron has always been interested by the creative industries. He started creating short films at a young age and has been crafting his skills as a filmmaker ever since.

In 2016, Cameron was offered a place at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS). This helped shape him into the confident filmmaker he is today as he got to take on different roles while working with professionals.

During his time at RCS, Cameron continued uploading his shorts and sketches to his YouTube channel and sharing them with other filmmakers.

After this, Cameron went on to study Television at NC level at the City of Glasgow College and is currently studying HND TV. 

A few of his films have been shown at festivals, including One Good Deed which was shown at the Scottish Youth Mental Health Arts Festival. Cameron’s film James Meets Isaac won Best Film and Best Live Action at the Scottish Youth Film Festival in December 2018. 

Take a look at a select few of his shorts here. You can find out more about Cameron’s work here.

A Certain Friendship

A look at the difficulties of being there for a friend during their darkest hours.


A crime/thriller surround a friendship and relationship that collide – resulting in a dramatic climax.

 James meets Isaac

James needs to be somewhere, so he cuts through a woodland. On his journey to the other side, he bumps into Isaac, who asks for help.