New York, N.Y.
By 1905 Cameron had settled in San Francisco where he later studied under Spencer Macky, Xavier Martinez, and Perham Nahl, and at the CCAC. After further art studies in London and paris, he worked as a freelance illustrator and as a staff artist for the Oakland Post, SF Chronicle, and Call Bulletin newspapers. By 1930 he was exhibiting nationally and was known for his miniature watercolors of the SF Bay Area. He had then moved across the bay to Alameda and later settled in Berkeley.