Queen's Film and Media

Queen's Film and Media

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Cam Miller served 23 years as an electronics technician in the Canadian Forces. His postings included the Joint Signals Regiment, the United Nations Mission to Rwanda, Fort Frontenac, and RANA FM (a Pashto language radio station that broadcast from Canada into Afghanistan during the Canadian Mission there). Cam was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work at RANA. He also had the privilege of coaching a military biathlon team for several years. Since his retirement from the military, he has engaged his passion for photography and media work. His photography portfolio includes reproductions of the work of artists Jane Derby, Caroline Marshall and Marnie McDiarmid. Also married, a father of three, and a grandfather, when Cam is not busy with his family, he can be found teaching kickboxing at a local martial arts studio or walking the family dog "Memphis".