New York, NY, 2017 -- Cameron Sterling is an image and content professional with deep experience providing visual and operational solutions for clients. He works in New York and Connecticut and is open to new opportunities.

He understands visual narratives, content markets, and how to leverage the value of images and content for ROI goals. To do this he uses his experience and skills with image curation, image production, image markets, and content management systems for advertising, marketing, editorial, fine art, retail, royalty free, rights managed, and social applications.

Presently Cameron is one of the founding image curators for Adobe's 2016 launch into the premium royalty-free image content marketplace, tasked with aligning contributor images with the Adobe Premium brand and the global marketplace for buyers’ needs. 

Since 2005 he has also been achieving the advertising, editorial, and creative goals of photographer Hiro for clients including Elsa Peretti/Tiffany & Co., Harper's Bazaar, and MFA Boston. Additional perspective-shaping professional experiences include work with The Richard Avedon Foundation, Richard Avedon, Antoine Verglas, and Sandbox.

Cameron grew up in Connecticut and graduated from Kenyon College with a history B.A. From there he worked in Boulder, CO as an editor of the new affiliate website of Ski and Skiing magazines. 30-months of mountain sports media later Cameron left to study commercial photography at Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, CA.

The links below go to projects I worked on in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve creative and ROI goals. The "Services Portfolio" on this site show additional examples of work I've completed with clients.