Cameron is excited to be a part of the Bloomingdale School of Music team. Cameron's alma mater is Illinois Wesleyan University where he graduated summa cum laude with his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. He is a baritone with a classical background and a passion for teaching. Cameron majored in Music Education for two years before switching his major in order to focus more on private teaching and performance. Cameron sang for four years in IWU's Collegiate Choir through which he performed in South Africa and collaborated with leading professional orchestras such as the Illinois Symphony Orchestra. He played lead roles in IWU opera productions including "Andy Tracy" in Richard Wargo's Ballymore II: "Losers," and "Ben" in Gian Carlo Menotti's operetta The Telephone. He studied voice under Dr. J. Scott Ferguson. Cameron is currently performing professionally in the Chicagoland area with St. Joseph's Porta Caeli choir in Rockdale, Ss. Peter and Paul's TLM choir in Naperville, and the Fox Valley Chamber Singers. Cameron has led children's choir camps and taught at Bloomingdale School of Music's Voice Summer Camp in 2023. Cameron started his singing journey by learning musical theatre and pop songs and feels strongly that his students must make a personal connection to the music they study in order to be motivated, be they 8 or 88 years old. The first duty of a teacher is to do no harm; the second is to lead and encourage students along their own musical journeys. Accordingly, Cameron places a strong emphasis on teaching healthy vocal technique through working on enjoyable songs and on using the whole body as the singer's instrument. He enjoys working with all ages. Cameron's favorite animals are sea lions, his favorite food is pesto pasta, and his favorite comic book character is Batman.