Kameron Mack is a Wichita, Kansas native who is the Supervising Video Director, Producer and an on-air host at Complex Networks in New York City. He is also the creator of the upcoming film Kings America Made, which tells the story of a young black boy’s journey to find peace in America while grappling with his own mental trauma.
Over the span of Kameron's career, he has produced multiple network television shows, award ceremonies and live events. He most recently wrapped Complex's sports and fashion series, Tunnel Takedown and the second season of Good Looking Out, which he created to give the next wave of young entrepreneurs a platform to seek the guidance they need to take their business ideas to the next level. Other recent career highlights include his documentary, Hip Hop DNA, which discusses the impact Caribbean culture has had on America, and his work as a producer on the series Blueprint, which explores key moves influential leaders in pop culture have made to evolve and navigate through their careers. Mack has interviewed and worked with a wide array of key figures in media, including Sean "Diddy" Combs, Michael B. Jordan, Issa Rae, Ryan Reynolds and DJ Khaled. He has brought in millions of dollars in revenue to Complex through brand partnerships with major brands like Pepsi, Adidas, ESPN, Cîroc and Google. Outside of his work at Complex, he is also a host and producer for Roadshow Australia covering Hollywood movie events and the co-owner of Midwest Blends Barbershop and Lounge in Wichita, Kansas.
Kameron has dedicated his life and career to giving back and creating content that motivates, inspires and encourages American youth to tap into their greatness despite any unfortunate circumstances or adversities they may face.
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