His recent work at BJH includes contributing to a report advocating for the creation of the recently announced NYC Ferry route to Coney Island, analyzing the potential impacts of a rezoning on a village on Long Island, and assisting with an absorption and value capture analysis for a potential transit-oriented-development project in Brooklyn.
Cameron also contributed to the socioeconomic impacts section of the Environmental Impact Statement for the Belmont Arena development project, which included an economic impacts analysis for the project. He has also performed a study that examined global tourism practices and trends in relation to NYC, including the economic impacts of all the planned cultural and tourism construction in the city. Additionally, Cameron has expertise conducting market and financial analyses for a wide variety of development and planning projects.
In college Cameron analyzed the impact of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion provision on low-income groups and performed research on the effects of collegiate athletic success on the academic strength of applicant pools. Prior to joining BJH Advisors, Cameron was a marketing intern for the Baltimore Ravens and has served as a market research intern for the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore where he contributed to reports assessing the impact of STEM incubators and private-public sector partnerships.