Cameron Childs, born and raised in West Philadelphia, began training for a professional dance career at the age of 14. He has trained vigorously in the styles of tap, jazz, hip-hop, ballet, modern and many more. He has been influenced and trained by numerous choreographers and teachers in the Philadelphia area, such as Gwendolyn Bye, Kim Bears-Bailey, Robert Burden, Michael Sheridan and Meredith Rainey. He has performed numerous works by Ronald K. Brown, Mark Morris, Robert Battle, Faustin Linyekula and many more. He has graduated from The University of The Arts spring of 2019, achieving his Bachelors of Fine Art degree in dance. He has also choreographed a piece in the fall of 2018, Poverty's Paradise - The Allegory of.
Cameron has a strong focus around the concepts of being a Black Male artist in society along with a strong interest for philosophical practices and theories. Cameron’s strong passion to continue his journey of being a professional intellect and dancer will allow him to take every opportunity with full dedication and commitment.