Cameron, a Durham native, approaches architecture as an opportunity to shape communities through a collaborative work environment. With an intuitive love for art and mathematics, she received her Bachelor of Architecture from North Carolina State University. Cameron enjoys working with a dedicated team to create architecture that profoundly affects the behavior of building users as it improves their experience.
As a student at NC State, the Talley Student Union became an iconic campus structure and gave her and fellow students a new place to relax, eat, socialize and study. The space was constantly filled with people and created a collaborative environment that fostered new ideas and personal connections. The campus transformation brought about with Duda|Paine’s design for Talley and the firm’s design-focused approach drew her to start her professional career in the firm’s studio.
Bachelor of Architecture, North Carolina State University
Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture, North Carolina State University