In Spring 2021, Cameron completed his M. Arch Degree at Roger Williams University where he received the AIA Henry Adams Medal, the Masters Thesis Award as well as other scholarly commendations. During his undergraduate studies, Cameron spent a semester abroad, studying at ISI In Florence, Italy where he broadened his cultural understanding of the design field. Cameron’s interests in adaptive re-use, sustainability and the socioeconomic implications of architectural design drove him to pursue a thesis in Worcester, Massachusetts. The thesis reimagined 4 city blocks into a single community campus and affordable housing complex, aimed at creating socioeconomic uplift by providing educational, occupational and artistic opportunities to disadvantaged sectors of the Worcester community.
Cameron joined ACTWO in the summer of 2021, becoming an integral member of the design team. Within the firm, Cameron’s focus involves design, documentation and three-dimensional visualization strategies that provide clientele an experiential understanding of their project. While working at ACTWO, Cameron is actively pursuing his architectural license.
Outside of the firm, Cameron’s passion for the environment is embodied through his hobbies; often spending weekends and afternoons hiking, camping, and exploring the greater New England region and beyond.
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