Cameron Irwin AIA


Cameron is an architect with 12 years of experience working across arts, cultural, higher education, and private development project typologies. Cameron approaches each project with strong conceptual design skills and a broad focus that allows him to find solutions for complex and multi-layered design challenges. Cameron embraces working as part of a large and diverse team, leveraging the strengths of collaborators to develop shared solutions. Cameron’s expertise in performing arts design stems from his experience designing and contributing to scenic productions for the University of Washington School of Drama. Cameron stays current on industry trends in performing arts spaces as a scenic designer both locally and nationally, and as a board member of multiple Seattle drama and dance companies. Cameron earned a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Washington.

Cameron’s representative projects include the Field Arts & Events Hall at the Port Angeles Waterfront, the Seattle Convention Center Summit Building, The Buxton Center for Bainbridge Performing Arts, and the School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.