Michael Cameron’s photographs intrinsically link to personal experiences with tragedy, loss, nostalgia, and fractured childhood memories. As such, the process by which he creates and develops ranges from the spontaneous capture of the ethereality of subjects held dear to the brute force of destruction and meticulous restructuring of said memorabilia to explore the polarities within the acts to recollect. His work is in the Robert Summers Permanent Collection of Queer Art at Cerritos College Art Gallery in California. He currently lives and works in Indiana.