Cameron J. Mactavish, AIA, LEED AP
Cameron J. Mactavish, AIA, LEED co-founding principal of Voith & Mactavish Architects LLP, received his architecture education from the University of Florida, Gainesville, and Drexel University School of Architecture, 1987, from which he received the Rankin-Epstein Distinguished Alumni Award, (2004). Cameron is a member of the American Insitute of Architects and the Carpenter’s Company of the City and County of Philadelphia.
A member of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators with expertise in watercolor rendering, Cameron has been a guest Juror for such institutions of higher education as Bryn Mawr College, Philadelphia College of Art, and Moore College of Art and Design since 1985. His works have been exhibited in such prestigious venues as the American Society of Architectural Illustrators “Architecture in Perspective 20” traveling exhibition (2006), Haverford College (2004), Drexel University (1999), the American Society of Architectural Perspectives Annual Exhibit (1991), the Brooklyn Museum (1986), and the Royal Academy in London (1986).