Cameron Chambers was born on June 17, 1988 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He began his venture into music with several years of piano lessons at an early age before adopting and focusing on guitar at the age of 13. Having been raised in the small southern Arkansas town of Fordyce, Cameron grew up playing guitar with strong and local influences in blues, gospel, and southern rock.
After high school, Cameron attended two years of traditional college in Arkansas before he decided to pursue a serious music career and enrolled at Musician's Institute in Hollywood, California. While attending MI, Cameron had the opportunity to study with many of LA's top guitarists and he himself started working as a session guitarist for many LA based artists.
During his early years in Los Angeles, Cameron began collaborating regularly with producer Christopher "C4" Umana (Kelly Rowland, Musiq Souldchild, Tank) at Hands of God Studios at MTV's Fantasy Factory. This collaboration has since led to Cameron's appearance on albums for artists like Trey Songz, Teyana Taylor, and others.
After graduating from Musician's Institute in spring of 2010, Cameron began scoring various film projects for several Los Angeles Film School alumni as well as friends within the film industry. After receiving wide-spread positive feedback, he decided to turn film scoring into his primary focus.
As Cameron's move into the film composing industry was in full swing, he co-founded the trailer music company, True Leap, with fellow composer and MI classmate, Armand Rabanal, in 2010. True Leap is currently working with a number of Los Angeles based trailer houses writing custom cues for major film and television marketing campaigns for studios and networks like Disney, Netflix, 20th Century Fox, Studio Canal, NBC, FOX, ABC, A&E, Lifetime, History, and many others. They are also currently writing several new albums for True Leap that are scheduled to be released within the coming year.