It’s challenging for some people to stay away from work, especially if they’re doing something they love. Cameron Packee is among those people who love being productive at all times. It comes as no surprise with his line of work in the entertainment industry.
Even at a young age, Cameron was never the type of kid who could stay still. One could argue that it was due to his youthful nature, but in truth, he was simply a creative, energetic, and outgoing personality. As Cameron grew older, it became more apparent that school-work-career’s usual routine was not for him. He would always set schoolwork aside and prioritized everything that could help build his future.
When Cameron turned fifteen, he got hired to work for a television show. He was brought on to create stories for them. A year later, the San Francisco 49ers bought the show and renamed it “The 49ers Cal-Hi Sports Report.” Cameron would walk around the stadium with a massive smile on his face as his Studio Access Badge hung from his shirt. He took pride in knowing that he was the youngest person to work for the NFL team.
Cameron Packee grew a fanbase on his social media platforms as people followed and loved his works. The overwhelming support inspired him to take on Media and Content Creating at some caliber full-time. As he neared the end of his high school days, Cameron knew he wanted to direct videos for the rest of his life. He gave the college routine a try but ended up making the risky yet promising decision to remove himself from school.
Upon leaving his studies, Cameron started his career by working as a director for music videos. The young director began by building an entirely new platform and network for music. He specialized in the country music genre. Because he was known for his works in the sports media, Cameron worked to transition into the music industry.
Cameron was able to begin building connections thanks to his good friend, Nate Deaton of California Bay Area’s 95.3 KRTY. Cameron was able to get the opportunity to work with amazing artists like Justin Moore, Dan and Shay, Gabby Barrett, and Chase Rice, among many others. This would end up leading him to meeting two very special people in the industry who would change his life, Lainey Wilson and Blanco Brown.
Lainey Wilson was among the first friends Cameron made when he entered the industry. Coaching him through all the steps, bringing him on the Justin Moore Tour with her, and opening his eyes to the true meaning of Southern Hospitality in Nashville, Lainey really helped Cameron become the person he is in the industry today. Blanco Brown befriended the young director, and the pair grew close quickly. After a few shows together, Blanco brought Cameron on tour with him and artist Chris Lane. They spent a few weeks going around the country doing shows and building a partnership that would soon lead to music videos, album artwork, and an official part of Blanco’s team.
As Cameron learned more about the industry, he also grew his connections and platform. The director fell in love with the business side of the industry. He added “Artist Relations” to his job description as he figured that sharing his contacts and connections could help grow aspiring artists and help them reach their dreams.
Cameron Packee has set his goal to grow his brand into one of the biggest empires in country music. As a director, he wants to see his music videos become some of the most highly viewed projects in the industry.