The dominant themes that Cameron explores through his work are of nature, place and connectedness. Through his observations of culture, plants, and landscapes both on a macro and micro scale, he investigates patterns, structure, form and light.
His current series of abstract landscape painting are primarily inspired by, and use the study of casuarina seed pods as a jumping of point. These works are abstractions attempt to convey the beauty and complex geometry of these jewel-like forms. In these magnified micro landscapes Cameron uses tools such as scale, colour, and repetition to convey surface patterns, and explores this further by flattening, distorting and manipulating these arrangements.