Cameron Ritter is a Principal based in the Melbourne studio, having worked across a wide range of typologies and taken a leading role in many of the practice's significant Australian projects, including the Melbourne Metro Rail Project and the Neville Bonner Bridge for the Queens Wharf development in Brisbane.
His major international experience includes the Los Angeles Union Station Master Plan and Auckland’s City Rail Project. Through these and other projects, Cameron has gained extensive experience in public realm and major transport infrastructure architecture, and in master planning for future development above and around major transport facilities.
He has worked as both a technical adviser to government, and on the delivery side of major projects.
Cameron understands the complexities of major public projects and the importance of addressing greater urban design issues in these city-shaping developments. He is passionate about refining large-scale urban infrastructure projects to elevate their social outcomes and deliver places for people that have greater social connectivity and meaning in our urban environments.