Cameron started out in the world of politics, working as a legislative assistant and campaign manager. But film has always been his dream. At 25, he had a quarter life crisis and decided to follow his dreams reckless abandon, quit his job and moved to New York with just a backpack. There he starred in both theater and film productions including "Prophet: The Story of Nat Turner; "The Thurgood Marshall Story"; and "From Man to Superman". Soon Cameron realized the power of cinema in telling stories, and he wanted to use that power to tell the stories that matter. His first film, called Awesome Gal, was inspired by his rescued horse and would go on to win 6 awards. It was influential in passing a major piece of legislation. After the success of Awesome Gal, Cameron teamed up with Gabi to continue making meaningful projects.