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As a young girl, Betsy Cameron worked as a model for The Ford Modeling Agency. She was featured on magazine covers and billboards before making her transition into a career behind-the-camera. Cameron’s photographs were widely published, particularly those depicting the innocence of childhood.
Cameron’s career eventually landed her servicing the United Nations Commissions for Refugees in Cambodia. After returning to the United States, she created fine prints, calendars, cards, advertisements, and books featuring hand-painted black and white photographs of children. She was named Glamour magazine’s “Woman of the Year” after the success of her second book titled “Little Angels” (1993).
In her more recent years, Cameron pioneered experimental ways to document flowers with a close-up intimacy. Cameron strives to visually communicate “the often overlooked that is so often the true beauty in life.”