Cameron started Djing in early 2003 aged just 20. Since then Cameron has quickly established himself in the Tasmanian dance scene and after learning the ropes for a short time he gained his first public performance as part of Hobart?s infamous La Casa club nights at Syrup (syrupclub.com). Playing on a fortnightly basis from September up until early December 2003 he quickly honed his skills @ La Casa and other club nights such as EOS. As a result he was awarded his first major gig for the Ministry of Sound Annual Tour which hit Hobart in December 2003; just 7 months after he had began to learn how to DJ.
In the time since then Cameron has played in every major club in Tasmania and has supported not only Australia?s best dj?s but also some of the world?s best. In late 2004 Cameron was offered another residency @ Tasmania?s newest club HALO (myspace.com/halobarbeats), a place which regularly features some of the world?s biggest DJ?s; but due to international travel commitments he had to turn it down.
So far Cameron has already played alongside Australian greats such as: Phil K, Mark Dynamix, John Course, GT, Poxy Music, & Andy Van to name just a few. Add to that support slots for international superstars such as Eric Powell, Lucien Foort, BT, and legendary techno icon Dave Clarke and it is clear that Cameron?s hard work is starting to reap rewards.
He recently played his first international gig in Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong. This was quickly followed by a slot @ the official summer closing party @ Scorpion Club in Ios, Greece. Since then Cameron has secured himself gigs in London and has just landed himself a monthly residency as part of the Lucid productions team, playing in London @ Jamm in Brixton. Further to this Cameron has just secured a residency @ Hobart’s newest addition to the scene – Proller. Judging from his support slots Cameron?s sets can encompass anything from breaks, house, progressive and techno. Although in recent times he has developed a real love for electro house and electro breaks.