Whether it’s a Case for Support that will encourage greater fundraising, a strategic plan that will generate valuable internal engagement, or a bespoke publication aimed at a key audience, you’ve come to the right place.

Cameron can advise on enhancing an existing publication, or help you to create a new one from scratch. A complete design and print management service is also available.

It takes a trained eye to ensure that your publications are word-perfect, and employ best practice design.

Cameron is an award-winning editor who has been responsible for corporate publications of all shapes and sizes – from small print runs, to those with a global circulation of 150,000 copies per issue.

He has overseen numerous redesign projects, and streamlined distribution processes leading to substantial cost savings.

Cameron has particular expertise in transforming strategic and operational documents into compelling publications that engage key stakeholders. He is also known for his incredible attention to detail, and the ability to improve any document with astute proofreading, and incisive editing.



Head of Careers and Employment – UNSW

“Cameron doesn’t just take the easy road; he adds a level of strategic thinking that lifts the publication from brochureware, to become a tactical and strategic piece of communication.”



Manager – Alumni Affairs
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)​

“I’ve had a professional relationship with Cameron Pegg for over a decade, and believe he is one of the most talented communication specialists I’ve worked alongside. Our first collaboration saw Cameron make a number of bold and innovative recommendations to me, as alumni director, about digital transformations the alumni magazine should undertake. So exciting and creative were his ideas that I quickly became a champion of his work, as did the editorial board. It became an award-winning project. Cameron also has incredible interpersonal skills, and a true passion for the work he produces.”

"I'm all for the scissors. I believe more in the scissors than I do in the pencil."

~ Truman Capote