Cameron Dodds (b.1991) is a British composer whose work spans an array of disciplines including visual art, theatre, and fiction writing. His music has been described as "extremely imaginative", "witty", and "strangely moving". Cameron is mainly concerned with creating bizarrely humorous and, often, psychedelic microcosmic worlds within his own work. He has written music for established ensembles such as Plus Minus, EXAUDI, Decibel, and An Assembly, had work performed across Europe including at The Wigmore Hall and The Eden Project, and been commissioned by an array of organisations and concert series such as National Opera Studio, Listenpony, ddmmyy, and Post-paradise. In 2016 he was awarded the Tracey Chadwell Memorial Prize for his song cycle 'Scattered Rhyme Songs: PetrarchXBrautiganXCosmoKramer'and currently lives in London where he is working for his PhD at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the supervision of Laurence Crane and Richard Baker.