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ABOUT

"16 year old singer songwriter surfer girl makes a splash with her original music."

- Rich Robinson, Program Director, 90.5 The Night

"Tess Cameron is a beach girl with a story to tell"

- Quincy Mumford, Musician

16-year old Tess Cameron was born and raised near a beach on the beautiful Jersey Shore. She spent her early childhood performing in countless theatre productions and under the Management of Steve Irlen at Inspired Artist Management, she worked in NYC as a featured actor and model in television commercials, television shows and print and tv advertising campaigns including Scholastic Magazine, Team Ummizoomi, Nickelodeon, My Little Pony for Hasbro and clothing campaigns for Burlington Coat Factory and Macy’s. 

 

At the age of 10, Tess Cameron moved to "Where Music Lives" - Asbury Park, NJ and began playing guitar and writing song lyrics. There, she has performed at famed Stone Pony, The Wonder Bar, The House of Independence and the Langosta Lounge. She also was the youngest performer in the 20th Anniversary of the The Light of Day Foundation Winterfest, which utilizes the power of music to raise money and awareness to defeat Parkinson's Disease with the help of thousands of musicians worldwide. Tess was also a two-show performer at the age of 13 in the Mesa Music Festival in Mesa, AZ, The Music United Against Teen Bullying and Suicide 3-Day Music Festival in Phoenix, AZ and The Jersey Shore Music Festival in Seaside Heights, NJ. 

 

Tess Cameron has a strong message for kids with her first record release, an anti-cyber bullying anthem, “Say Them Anyway”. Working from a tough personal experience with a bully herself, Tess now works with charitable organizations that encourage teens to rise above bullying/cyber-bullying attacks by speaking and singing to groups of high school kids at in-school suicide prevention rallys with Attitudes in Reverse and at Medical Conferences for Suicide Prevention in association with Hackensack Meridian Health and NJAMHAA.

 

In addition to singing and writing music, Tess plays guitar and ukulele, is the only female on her HS Golf Team high school and played undefeated in her PGA Junior League. Recently wrapping up the role of Roxy Hart in her HS production of Chicago, Tess Cameron is now gearing up for Godspell and more new music, connecting with fans and enjoying life with friends and family on the Jersey Shore.