Cameron Washington

Film director

1980 –

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Who is Cameron Washington?

Cameron Washington is an independent filmmaker, musician, and writer based in Brooklyn and San Francisco. He wrote and directed the 2005 comedy, High School Ripped Me A New One, which screened at the Spaghetti Junction Film Festival, The San Francisco Black Film Festival and won Best Comedy at the New York International Independent Film Festival. His second feature film, Sex, Drugs, and Jazz, will begin shooting early 2009 in New York City.

On trumpet Washington was a principal instrumentalist for the Bay Area Wind Symphony and Winds Across the Bay. He led an 18-piece Big Band for many years, and has worked with musicians including Chuck Mangione, The Melodians, and Andy Bassford.

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Born
Feb 1, 1980
United States of America
Lived in
  • Brooklyn

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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