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Hi, I'm Cameron.

I am a freelance Illustrator & Designer working primarily within the music industry.

After graduating from studying Illustration at Arts University Bournemouth, I’m now based in London and work frequently with the likes of So Young Magazine, Chess Club Records, The 100 Club, Team Management, Dirty Hit Records and many other artists and independent businesses and venues. 

I’ve produced artwork, posters and music videos for the likes of Arctic Monkeys, The Clash, The Vaccines, The Wombats, Black Honey, The Charlatans, Sports Team, Alfie Templeman and many many more 

(full list available here).


I work in various mediums including retro-infused psychedelic illustrations, mixed-media collage and pop art, whilst taking inspiration from artists such as Peter Blake, Tadanori Yokoo and Milton Glaser. 

Though I work mainly digitally across Photoshop & ProCreate I have a penchant for aging my designs with a wide arsenal of paper textures and distressing techniques to emulate the gritty imperfections of the handprinted posters and artworks of yesteryear. 


I can often be found lacing his work with symbolism, easter eggs and recurring motifs so that regardless to how often my visual style may change (which is very often) there remains these little breadcrumbs tying my portfolio together. These breadcrumbs can include certain numbers, words, phrases, colours and objects, most notably the number 43 and my pessimistic, signature motto ‘Give Up On Your Dreams’. 


Since graduating I have returned multiple occasions to Arts University Bournemouth to give lectures and run workshops on design in the music industry both independently and then with So Young Magazine to run further workshops/talks on design within the music industry.


I enjoy and have conducted numerous interviews for various video projects, including chatting to bands like Working Men's Club and The Magic Gang for So Young Magazine, quizzing Jeff Horton (owner of The 100 Club) for Independent Venue Week or on one occasion even interviewing Sir David Attenborough at a book launch! 

I also write occasionally for So Young Magazine both in digital and print.

In October 2022 I put on my first solo exhibition and curated gig at The Sebright Arms in London and it was a raging success and everyone gave me a high five. In April 2024 I exhibited a series of my gig posters in a solo exhibition at The Social just off Oxford Street which ran for multiple weeks.


I can often be found working in Shoreditch or from my home in East London and I attend multiple live shows a week. I am a member of/represented by the Association of Illustrators and my Folio can be seen here.


I’m always looking to work with bands/companies that align closely with my own areas of interest across design, fashion, music, culture and humour. Please get in contact if you think I'd be right for an upcoming project or if you'd like to find out more about my work and rates. 


Photo by Max Nicoll

"Cam you're the hardest working man in show business"

- Fred Macpherson, Spector

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