Paul Cameron has been working in the media(ish) for over 30 years. He has produced and directed hundreds of projects including animations, videos, websites, interactives and the occasional piece of software. Starting his creative career as a painter he progressed in moving image through 16mm, S8, video onto digital/web and now VR. He spent 10 years working in the video workshop sector helping artists, community groups and low budget filmmakers to develop skills and make work. Following that he worked in production companies for 17 years producing work for commercial and cultural clients. His museum work can be seen across the UK including Riverside Museum, Kelvingrove, Liverpool Museum, Elgin, Glencoe and many more. With production company and workers co-op mediaco-op Paul produced and directed work for a variety charities and public sector organisations as well as directing one feature length documentary on bagpiping for BBC Alba. His has received awards from the Scottish Royal Television Society, Scottish Design and the BMA. More recently he has been a Digital Participation Officer with Renfrewshire Council working with older people and those with disabilities and sensory impairments to help them develop digital skills.
Paul has a particular interest in usability and accessibility. Other passions include Art, Culture, Dance, Music, Travel, Museums.
Currently Digital and New Media Manager at the Paisley Museum Re:Imagined project.
Paul is a Renfrewshire resident for over 10 years. He joined Creative Renfrewshire because he wants to help the area further develop its cultures and cultural networks; support its creatives and for it to become (even more of) a vibrant place to make, see and experience culture in a wide variety of forms.