Diane Cameron is a singer/songwriter, actress, playwright, and teacher. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Diane Cameron had now made her home from Alabama to Atlanta, Georgia. Diane has appeared all across the United States in performances and theater presentations. Her music is soft but beat-heavy, jazz-infused Afro-Caribbean, with her haunting voice giving it a texture all its own.
She is also a strong believer in youth mentorship through the arts. She travels nationally and internationally establishing performing arts and sports programs for youth. She also organizes yearly Summer Camps for the Performing Arts for youth and teens. Ms. Cameron is on the roster at Georgia Tech University teaching acting to faculty and students. S Her youth environmental play, “Trash Tawkin” was recently debuted at the 2011 Hilton Head Island, SC., Earth Day Celebration.
Diane was selected U.S.A. Artist in Residence to the Republic of Benin, West Africa She was subsequently invited to Durban and Johannesburg in as a result of being nominated by the International Music Organization KORA. Her self-authored CD “The Reconciliation” was in competition with 50 Cent, Mariah Carey, Will Smith and Olivier.