Cameron Crockett, AIA, LEED


BArch, Southern California Institute of Architecture

Cameron Crockett is the principal in a multidisciplinary architectural firm in Long Beach, CA. that values the craft, efficiency and the beauty of solving problems with an architectural solution. Cameron has had an active ‘design-build’ practice in Long Beach, Ca. and is a highly respected professional within the industries of architecture, exhibit and set design. Cameron has received a theoretical Merit Award from the Orange County chapter AIA and a Citation Award from the Los Angeles chapter AIA.

For 3 years Cameron was a project architect at Morphosis Architects, an internationally renowned and award winning architecture firm. He initiated 3D processes at Morphosis in the early 90‘s and was integral in such projects as Diamond Ranch High School, Landa Residence, Prado Museum Competition—Madrid, Big Daddy Studio, Tours concert hall competition in France and others. As a result of Cameron’s expertise, numerous design teams have sought his contribution to multifarious endeavors including a LACMA competition with Daniel Libeskind, UCLA Broad Art Center, San Jose Civic Center with Richard Meier Partners, the Cathedral of our Lady of Angels with Leo Daly and Rafael Moneo, Ultra-Flight Theater with Disney, Benenson Residence for Erhlich Architects, Lux Drive-In Studio, Sinte Gleska school with Michael Rotundi, and numerous Cruise ship interiors with Hirsch Bedner and Associates. Cameron’s contributions in the entertainment industry include dozens of set designs for various make-up commercials, a Desperate House Wives trailer, various clothing ads and stage acts including Madonna, Shakira, Bill Viola, Backstreet Boys, and feature films such as ‘The End of the Spear’.

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