Bio

A native of South Florida, Cameron Glendenning brings unbridled passion to every project he takes on. He navigates a career through many genres spanning documentary photography, feature films, print and motion picture commercials, music videos and episodic television.
Cameron is a leader among the generation of filmmakers that work in every format of still and motion pictures in this pivotal age of technological advancement.
From 4K to 70mm, Digital to 8×10, Cameron has extensive knowledge of every available camera system being used today — and according to Cameron; they’re all made to be broken.
His unique photographic vision has allowed him to travel the world with a camera in his hands. From base-jumping in Columbia to motorcycle racing in Qatar to dredging gold in subarctic Alaska — if a subject requires total immersion, that is where you will find him.
Cameron has produced for NBC, Discovery Channel, BBC, National Geographic, the History Channel and MTV, among others. His photography has been featured in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Time and Rolling Stone.
Since 2005, Cameron has produced and filmed the Discovery Channel series “Deadliest Catch,” earning seven Primetime Emmy nominations and four Emmy® awards (2007, 2011-2013) for Outstanding Cinematography for Nonfiction and Reality Programming.  Cameron’s photography is in the permanent collection of the Minnesota Marine Art Museum.
Cameron lives in Culver City, California, with his wife, Cynthia, and children Jackson and Lila.

Resume available upon request.