Cameron Lewis has a passion for storytelling and sees film as our culture's primary method of sharing philosophical ideas. This belief has led him to become a freelance filmmaker, and he has brought his knowledge of filmmaking and other media arts to Cornerstone University as the associate director of the Center for Academic Media Studies. In his role, Cameron helps students of the Communication & Media Division create successful media projects.
Cameron's freelance work includes numerous narrative and commercial projects both locally and across the world, and he looks forward to sharing his growing knowledge with every new crop of students that passes through Cornerstone's media programs.
"Working at Cornerstone provides me with the opportunity to work closely with students and develop relationships that provide both professional and spiritual guidance. That road goes both ways and I also get to learn a lot from the students that I work with. Cornerstone provides media students with an excellent, industry standard education, and it is great to be a part of that."
- B.A., Video Production, Cornerstone University
- A.S., Media Art, Jamestown Community College