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Chad Cameron

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Chad Cameron
I dove in head first as freelancer after graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA in Communication Arts and Design. I lived in Richmond, VA and then Atlanta before joining the dotcom craziness of San Francisco in '98. As the fallout fell out, I went back to school and got an MFA in Illustration from the Academy of Art University where I now teach online. In the fall of 2011, life brought me to Orlando where I’ve endeavored to uncover a city in the shadow of a famous mouse. Over the last 17 years, I’ve been really lucky to have worked with some great clients in a wide variety of markets including corporate, editorial, advertising, package design, educational and children's picturebooks, just to name a few!
illustration, storyboarding, graphic design, branding, web design, mobile app design, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, project management, logo design, drawing, painting, children's books.
design of all types, fine art, music of all types (listening and playing!), illustration, socially responsible design, eco-conscious/green design.
February 7th

Fiction Writing

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Do you know how important it is to write a well defined character outline?

As a fiction writer you have to breathe life into your characters. Remember that they are alive, they are breathing, real people. It is your job as a writer to give birth to these characters. Remember this, they never existed until you created them. That is what makes them real.

If you have questions about writing fiction you can reach me at Jay

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