Vice President  |  Studio Leader

Cameron Wilson joined the firm in 1995, and currently serves as Principal and Studio Leader in the Charleston office. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture from Northern Illinois University, Cameron has developed an extensive portfolio of designs for office, retail, hospitality, resort, medical, mixed-use, educational, and historic preservation projects. Cameron has over three decades of experience in the marketing, design and implementation of regional, national and international architectural interiors. Recognized as a successful consensus builder, Cameron creates a unified design direction for each project.

While serving as principal-in-charge, branding strategist, project manager and/or lead designer a wide variety of projects, Cameron has been honored with over 120 awards for design excellence. Notable recent projects include Le Creuset’s North American Headquarters, the Electrolux Headquarters, and Benifitfocus Welcome Center. Previous projects include work in France, Tokyo, Saudi Arabia, and Portugal.  Cameron has held leadership positions through  his  professional affiliations with AIA, IIDA, and ASID, sits on the Board for The Art Institute in Charleston and has been involved civically through organizations such as Habitat for Humanities, Big Brothers of America Organization, Trident United Way and other ministry and voluntary outreach organizations. His projects have appeared in publications of Interior Design, Architectural Record, Architectural Digest, “Spaces” Interiors, Office, Education and Health by Images Publishing and in a monograph series honoring the firm’s selected works.