Cameron Davidson is an American photographer from [Miami, Florida] who have photographed on assignment for such publications as Nature Conservancy,Vanity Fair, National Geographic, Smithsonian, WIRED, Preservation, Departures, Smithsonian Air & Space, ESPN The Magazine, Forbes, Virginia Living, Money, Field and Stream, Washington Post and Outside.” Cameron is also known for his corporate and advertising work for these companies: Discovery Communications, Danfoss, Dominion, Ducks Unlimited, Freddie Mac, General Dynamics, General Motors, Jeep-Chrysler, KHA, Rocky Mountaineer, SBA, SEIU, Veterans Administration, Visit Alexandria, Virginia Tourism
Cameron’s career in photography started with a National Geographic contract assignment in the Spring of 1980. He was awarded Environmental Issues award from Nature’s Best magazine for his aerial photography of Mountain Top Removal in West Virginia. In 1973 his first photo was published by the Grass Lake News a newspaper in Grass Lake, Michigan. In October 2012 the United States Postal Service have issued a series of stamps focused on aerial and satellite landscapes Earthscapes, with one of the images an aerial of Blackwater Refuge on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.