Cameron Cope

Cam Cope is an emerging photographic artist originally from Gippsland in Victoria (Australia) who works on travel and documentary projects. Cam spent much of his youth engaged in visual arts, but in his academic years explored history, film, environmental studies and Spanish language. Through extensive travel and academic exchange he developed a passion for the legacy of colonial history, indigenous culture and environmental issues. His early professional career was in environmental consultancy in Melbourne, though in 2009 Cam began developing a new way to express himself from behind the lens. His projects are both personal and collaborative in nature while his broad experience allows him to engage meaningfully with a variety of subject matter. His goals are to explore his creative vision, connect with different cultures, contribute to public debate and engineer platforms for people to tell their own stories.

Cam has had travel work published in Get Lost Magazine and Backpacker Essentials, and has received recognition in multiple photography competitions. Photographs from his collaborative work with the Mullett family (of the Gunai/Kurnai Indigenous community of south-eastern Victoria) have been acquired by the Melbourne Museum for their permanent collection. The year 2012 represents an important moment in Cam’s burgeoning career with a series of debut exhibitions planned to showcase his photographs from a variety of projects.

Cameron Cope

Cameron Cope

Camera Gear: Canon 5D Mark II with Canon 24-105mm f4L IS USM
Current Location: Melbourne, Australia
Website: http://www.camcope.com
Blog: http://camcope.wordpress.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/camcopephotography


Some of Cameron Cope’s Most Popular Award Achievements

Ipanema Night Soccer, by Cameron Cope

Ipanema Night Soccer, by Cameron Cope

This gritty urban night soccer scene comes to you from Ipanema Beach in the city of Rio de Janeiro. The iconic peak of Pedra de Gavea rises in the background an...
Cochamó Hiker Silhouette, by Cameron Cope

Cochamó Hiker Silhouette, by Cameron Cope

I took this photograph of my friend Romain Martin as we hiked into the Cochamó Valley in southern Chile. No car has ever penetrated this valley, no road has eve...

Abstract in Puerto Montt, by Cameron Cope
Ipanema Night Soccer, by Cameron Cope
Sunset at South Molle Island, by Cameron Cope
Cochamó Hiker Silhouette, by Cameron Cope
Abandoned Settler Home, by Cameron Cope
Bogong Horseback Adventure, by Cameron Cope
Sunset over Noumea, by Cameron Cope
Billet 500, by Cameron Cope
Thredbo Big Air, by Cameron Cope
Little Waterloo Bay, by Cameron Cope
Pier Ruins, by Cameron Cope
Self Portrait at Pancake Creek, by Cameron Cope
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Recent Reflections Based on Cameron Cope’s Photographs

A Hope for "Someday"

A Hope for "Someday"

And then, there was nothing left, just the barren landscape, empty like me. Mountains in the horizon with all they’re earthy glory, standing still. It was an un...
The serenity of an ending

The serenity of an ending

Every termination brings a moment of peace with it, a moment before the next thing starts. A little while to rest up, to ponder the past, to fuel up for the fut...

The path not taken
A Hope for "Someday"
Lost in Translation
The serenity of an ending
The Call of the Wild
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An Exclusive Interview with Cameron Cope

An Exclusive Interview with Cameron Cope

Cameron Cope is an emerging photographic artist from Gippsland in Victoria (Australia) who works on travel and documentary projects. Cam spent much of his youth...

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