Cameron Crockett AIA, LEED
Cameron’s professional experience encompasses the disciplines of both architecture and construction. He understands the intermingling and interdependence of these practices and finds it impossible to separate. His earliest experience was working in the construction trades while pursuing his BArch degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC), eventually, earning licensing with the State of California as both an architect and a contractor . . . making him a double threat. 🙂
Before starting his own firm, Cameron was employed as an architect at Dixon Shoebaum Architects, Killefer Flammang Architects, and Morphosis Architects.
Cameron is currently on the board of directors for the South Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture (AIA); the Long Beach, California, East Anaheim Street Business Alliance (EASBA); and the Long Beach Art Exchange. Additionally, Cameron has been an instructor of Architecture at Woodbury University as well as Orange Coast Community College. He has also taught general design courses at California State University at Long Beach.