Cameron Davidson is an award winning aerial photographer of thirty years. His work has been featured in National Geographic, Vanity Fair, Wired, Outside and Smithsonian magazines, to name but a few. He has already had five books of his aerial photos published, with two more on the way. An avid volunteer and board member for the Community Coalition for Haiti, Cameron documents the CCH aid projects in central and southern Haiti.
Aerial and people photographer Cameron Davidson calls Northern Virginia home. He creates images from the skies around the globe for advertising campaigns, annual reports and editorial features. Clients include Vanity Fair, National Geographic, Audubon, Smithsonian, American Express, Dominion and Virginia Tourism. His location portraits have been featured in editorial spreads as well as in corporate campaigns and annual reports.
Inspired by a love of flight and aerial views, Cameron recently completed a 20-year personal project celebrating the beauty and fragility of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Select images from this project were the focus of a recent issue of the Washington Post Magazine and in Garden & Gun magazine. The book CHESAPEAKE – The Aerial Photography of Cameron Davidson will be released this fall. The University of Virginia Press is distributing the book. A slip-cased, signed limited edition version will also be available.
An old reportage with Cameron Davidson by Bob Krist for Natures Best Photographers.