Cameron has spent the last fifteen years on the covers of the most famous magazines, working as a model for clients like Prada, Calvin Klein, Vogue and Elle. With over 18 million views and counting, she gave one of the top ten most popular TED talks of all time on the power of image. This unique background has enabled her to bring alternative content and culture to the mainstream and she has dedicated much of her tenure to moving marginalized voices to the front of conversations that aren't always inclusive. She's produced viral video content on topics ranging from climate change to race  and gender equity, and you can find her writing about climate change,  fashion, public art and political power. She's one of the lead organizers behind Model Mafia, a growing network of over 400 fashion models building community and power, striving for a more equitable just sustainable industry (and world)! 

Her work has been recognized by the New York Times, The Guardian, Vogue, Glamour, Refineiry 29, i-D, NYMag, Business Insider, The Telegraph, CNN, NPR, and ABC.

She's an advisor to: HollabackDesign Studio for Social InterventionBitch MagazineArt & Abolition, an Ambassador for the Rainforest Alliance, and a UN advocate for the Women & Trade Programme at the ITC

Cameron Russell