Cameron Crosby started working in the entertainment industry in 1971 and became chief technician at Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre in 1972. From 1976 until the mid-1980s he worked as freelance sound engineer, collaborating with bands and musicians including The Who, the Kinks, Bread and Kate Bush. In 1980, he established The Warehouse Sound Services with Allan Brereton, which grew to become Scotland’s largest specialist sound company. Cameron has designed and mixed the sound for Plácido Domingo, the English Chamber Orchestra, the New Jersey and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras, BBC Radio Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He has also designed and mixed the sound for the Edinburgh International Festival’s closing fireworks orchestral concert for 34 years.

Recent engagements include Nixon in China (Denmark, Scotland and Madrid), The 8th Door, Candide and Ainadamar (Scottish Opera).