Recognised as the Melbournian musician's favourite portrait and behind the scenes photographer, Cameron brings much more than the technical expertise of photography to each shoot. The unanimous feedback from almost every client he works with, aside from the delight in the artistic and polished outcome, is how quickly he cultivates a feeling of calmness, fun and optimism in his clients. Working as a musician also creates a special bond between photographer and subject as a specific approach to life and presentation is a shared understanding for all professional musicians.
Cameron Jamieson Photography launched in 2015. Over the years he has worked with many biggest names in Melbourne's music scene including as the photographer for Musica Viva, Melbourne Recital Centre, the Australian National Academy of Music, Melbourne Conservatorium, 3MBS, Australian International Opera Company, Philharmonia Australia, Hook Turn Orchestra, String Source, Arcadia Winds, Rubiks Collective, Trio Anima Mundi, Kiazma Duo, Sculthorpe Quintet, Clarendon Trio, Partridge Quartet and Melbourne Chamber Players.
Cameron's photos have appeared as feature or cover photo in ABC Classics, Limelight Magazine, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, Geelong Advertiser, Broadsheet Magazine, Rehearsal Magazine, Cut Common Magazine, 3MBS On Air and across concert programs and advertisements throughout Melbourne and greater Australia.
Although a firm believer in experience and obvservation as the greatest teacher, Cameron has also trained through lectures from Standford University, Peter Hurley, and Sean Tucker as well as studying the textbooks of Freeman, Barnbaum and Peterson. He spends considerable energy analysing the works of the great masters from Rembrandt to Cartier-Bresson and exploring new developments in photographic technology and techniques.