Cam Thomas


Cam is a proven problem solver with more than a decade of marketing experience. A copywriter by trade, he’s written for a number of global brands, including Four Seasons, Miele, BMW, Wells Fargo, Michelin and others. He’s equally comfortable providing creative direction to a team of designers, developers and writers as advising clients on strategy or managing complex projects from start to finish.

Cam graduated from the College of Charleston with a BA in Communications and from George Mason University with an MFA in Creative Writing. Outside of work, you’ll find him spending time with his wife Randi and their two daughters, whipping something up in the kitchen or fly fishing on one of the nearby rivers or streams. He’s also active in his church and mentors at an Upstate prison.

Cam Thomas bio


First Job​

At 15, I got a job as a dishwasher at a local restaurant. I went on to work in restaurants throughout high school and college. I attribute my love of cooking today to all those nights prepping and working the line.

Any Obsessions?

Fly fishing is my latest obsession. I like how challenging it is, and it's a great excuse to wake up early and head to the mountains. I'm hoping to have it all figured out by the time my girls are old enough to go with me!

Strengths Finder® Top 5 Themes

Futuristic, Strategic, Learner, Focus, Achiever

On My Playlist

Damien Jurado, The War on Drugs, Jason Isbell, Future Islands, Leon Bridges, Trampled by Turtles, A. A. Bondy

Claim To Fame

When I was 26, two of my poems were published in The Southern Review’s New Writing in the South issue, alongside some of the South’s finest contemporary writers. I'm still not sure how that happened.

Favorite Team

I've been a Clemson fan for as long as I can remember and grew up going to the football games. The last few seasons have been amazing, but what I enjoy most is spending gamedays with my family in Tiger town.

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