Cam is a Licensed Architect in Vermont and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Norwich University.
Cam currently serves on the National Board of Directors of CSI as the Board Chair-elect. Cam is also the founder of the Emerging Professionals Network of the Vermont Chapter of AIA (2009). Cam was selected in 2019 for the NCARB Re-Think Tank, a twelve member committee of recently licensed Architects selected through a competitive national search.
As a leader of the K-12 Education Studio at TruexCullins, Cam has extensive knowledge of sustainable design and building practices and building science. Cam is well versed in the educational pedagogy of 21st century learning and adept at guiding his clients through the challenges and opportunities of the design and construction process. His recent projects include the Williston Central School, The Winooski School District, The Warren Elementary School, and Southwick Hall at the University of Vermont.
Cam is also a classically trained pipe organist at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Northfield, Vermont. Cam lives in central Vermont with his wife Stephanie, his sons Arthur and William, and two cats, named Burnham and Picard.