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Cam Robert is an award-winning freelance filmmaker, photographer, and director. His work has been recognized by organizations among the likes of Vogue, The New York Times, Vice, The Webby Awards, and The White House News Photographers Association. He has worked with The San Francisco Chronicle, Vevo, and NPR, through which he won an editing award from the White House News Photographers Association for the documentary What Democracy Looks Like covering the inauguration of President Trump.

We featured a story on Cam and his classmate Aaron Dodson ’11 in the spring 2019 issue of Georgetown Days magazine (page 42).
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