Model Cameron Russell is an American fashion model. She born June 14, 1987 in Boston, and raised in Cambridge. Her mother is Robin Chase, founder of Zipcar. Her father is an engineer and CEO of GoLoco, a car pooling and social networking company. By this post you get Cameron Russell HD photos and Cameron Russell latest photos. She displayed an interest in politics at an early age and friends who had worked on the Clinton Presidential election campaign arranged a meeting on June 5, 1998 (when Russell was 10) with Bill Clinton after he delivered a speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His advice to her was to stay in school, get to know as many different types of people as she could, and to understand their dreams and aspirations. Cameron Russell graduated from the Commonwealth School in 2005. Her mother had a friend who worked at Ford Models agency, and She decided to sign with that agency in 2003. Cameron Russell later moved on to DNA Model Management in 2006, switched to Women Management in 2008, and then moved to Elite Model Management in 2011. Since beginning her modeling career part time at the age of 16, She has worked with numerous successful photographers including Steven Meisel, Craig McDean, and Nick Knight among others, in such magazines as American, French, Italian, Spanish, German and Japanese Vogue, W, Self Service and Numero. Cameron Russell has featured in advertising campaigns for companies including Ann Taylor, Benetton, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Armani, Oscar de la Renta, and Yves Saint Laurent. She featured in runway fashion shows for designers including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs, Versace, Vivienne Westwood, Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, and Diane von Fürstenberg. In October 2012, She gave a presentation entitled “Looks aren’t Everything. Believe me, I’m a Model” at TEDx Mid Atlantic, which is one of TED’s 20 most popular talks of all time. In it, Cameron Russell described herself as having won “a genetic lottery,” emphasized the selection and styling of models on the basis of a bias on looks and skin colour, and added “it was difficult to unpack a legacy of gender and racial oppression when I am one of the greatest beneficiaries”. The presentation was covered by The Huffington Post, which described the TED video as “refreshingly frank,” and CNN, which invited Cameron Russell to a roundtable discussion. Dear visitor so stay with us for getting more celebrity latest photos and all update celebrity news/ celebrity information.