About Me

Hi! I’m Cameron Booth, a graphic designer with over 20 years of experience, starting with ad agencies and design studios in my home town of Sydney, Australia. I’ve worked with a diverse range of clients – from international companies to local bands – across many disciplines, including packaging, long format documents, corporate identity and logo design, point-of-sale, promotional design, image retouching and more.

After arriving in Portland, Oregon in May 2007, I freelanced through the awesome 52 Ltd for clients like Wacom, Leopold Ketel, Downstream, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Sockeye and Webtrends. All of them were impressed with the high standard of my work and my absolute attention to detail in all aspects of design and production. Eventually, the freelance work led to a full-time position as Senior Graphic Designer at Parsons Brinckerhoff’s Portland office. Here, I provide design support for proposals and presentations up and down the West Coast.

In my spare time, I’m a keen photographer, as well as curating the popular Transit Maps Tumblr. I also use my experience to design my own transit maps, many of which are featured on this site. My mapping work has been featured in  the NACIS Atlas of Design (Volume 1, 2012), and in Mapping America: Exploring the Continent (ed. Fritz Kessler and Frank Jacobs, 2010).

On the internet, my work and my Transit Maps blog have been featured on The Huffington Post, The Atlantic Wire and Atlantic Cities, Lifehacker, Fast Company.Design, Laughing Squid, io9,  Visual.ly, Gizmodo and Nokia’s HERE Three Sixty.

I’ve also helped to beta-test KickMap‘s London,  Washington D.C. and Chicago iPhone map apps, and I provided judging for Volume 2 of the NACIS Atlas of Design.

Get in Touch!

If you’d like to drop me a line about any of my work, or to talk about the possibility of me creating a transit map for you, fill out the form below and send it to me. I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

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