A mind full of cars crashing together...
I’m a 25-year-old filmmaker from Glasgow, who graduated from UWS in 2018. Finishing with Honours and winning the Creative Entrepreneur of the Year Award for my business plan on a Scottish Film Production Company. From here I was able to complete and produce my debut short as a writer/director called SOCO; which reached some festivals as a finalist and semi-finalist, while receiving a screening at the Loch Ness Film Festival in 2019. In 2020, I was commissioned by Visible Fictions to make two short films about the subject I propose here. The Daily Paw and The Santa Paw were a part of the Phone Fictions series and the 12 Days of Christmas series. Last year I also received combined funding through Crowdfunder and Creative Scotland for my next short film Worlds Apart. Worlds Apart has just recently wrapped three intense days of filming with an aim to being shown across the country, with a hopeful premiere in late 2021.
  • Writer (3 Credits)
    When The Birds Don't Sing
    Short
    Worlds Apart2021
    Short
    SOCO2019
    Short
  • Director (3 Credits)
    When The Birds Don't Sing
    Short
    Worlds Apart2021
    Short
    SOCO2019
    Short
  • Executive Producer (2 Credits)
    Worlds Apart2021
    Short
    SOCO2019
    Short
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    When The Birds Don't Sing
    Short
Official Selection
SOCO
Loch Ness Film Festival 2019
Inverness
2019
College
University of the West of Scotland
Filmmaking & Screenwriting
20142018
Birth Date
April 9, 1996
Birth City
Glasgow
Current City
Glasgow
Gender
Male
Winner of the UWS Creative Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2018 in his final year of University. Cameron won this award for his business plan on a Scottish Film Production Company called at the time Inaugural Frame. The blueprint for this company was used in the foundations to create 9:39 Cinema Ltd.
Along with two former university friends, he was lucky to receive a £1000 grant from The Hunter Foundation as the 100 Disrupters of Scotland. The money won by Cameron and the team helped them start 9:39 Cinema Ltd. and fund their first short, and Cameron's debut as a director, SOCO.
Wrote his first script at the age 12, titled Marvel Knights.
For his latest short film Worlds Apart, the team managed to raise over £5,200 in just 27 hours through Crowdfunder and Creative Scotland.
A mind full of cars crashing together...