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A3C Speakers: Cam Kirk is ready to tell the Stories Behind the Lens

Jerel Marshall
Posted by Jerel Marshall on Aug 29

Cam Kirk

Since moving to Atlanta from Prince George’s County, Maryland nearly a decade ago, photographer/videographer Cameron “Cam Kirk” Kirkland has become an important name in hip-hop by building an impressive portfolio featuring some of the hottest artist in the game. The DMV transplant has worked with all of Atlanta’s popular emcees including Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Young Scooter, Migos, Young Jeezy, 2 Chainz, T.I. and more. Cam Kirk has also had the opportunity to work with other big names in hip hop such as Jay Z, Drake, Schoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar.

Cam Kirk got into photography at an early age, helping his father with some projects. A busy college schedule was not enough to stop him from moving towards his passion. Cam Kirk continued to hone his talents and get new jobs while enrolled at Morehouse College as a business marketing major.

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Talent and hard work has helped Cam Kirk get his work published in several major hip hop publications including Complex, Billboard Magazine, The Fader Magazine, XXL, The Source, Complex and many others.

Last summer, Cam Kirk turned heads with his one day “Trap God” exhibit. The photographer turned an abandoned church into a shrine for Atlanta’s most famous trap rapper, Gucci Mane. The exhibit featured dozens of previously unreleased pictures of the iconic rap star. He also used the space to shoot and direct the video for Young Thug’s “Again.”

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Cam Kirk also released his first book at the top of last year. Yesterday’s Tomorrow: the Diary of Photographer, Cam Kirk features never before released photos and  stories from the young photographer.

If you are interested in hearing Cam Kirk open up about his incredible career, come to this year’s A3C Conference and Festival and hear him speak. He will be on hand on October 7 at the Loudermilk Center Ballroom for “From Jay Z to Young Thug: the Stories Behind the Lens.”

Jerel Marshall

Written by Jerel Marshall

Jerel has covered sports, music and culture for the past 10 years. Whether writing on topics such as the Atlanta Hawks or the musical stylings of electric soul duo Honne, Jerel's work is always brimming with passion and honesty. Also, he'll probably beat you in 2K.

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