Koehler in 2021
Cameron Scott Koehler
1 September 2006
|Education||Ridge Community High School, Westside K-8 School|
|Occupation||Herald, graphic artist, software engineer, programmer, musician|
|Aqua, Pinwheel, CameronOS|
|Years of service||2021-2021 (2 months)|
Cameron Koehler (born Cameron Scott Koehler; 1 September 2006) is an American herald, graphic artist, software engineer & programmer, and CEO of Reactive Solutions, a software company. He is the former COO at RainDrop Technology after resignation on 29 February 2019 and was most notable for creating CameronOS; an operating system created entirely in BASIC and C#. He is also noted for creating Aqua; a reliant programming language that he created on Python, and for creating Pinwheel, a 2D video game engine written in C#.
Koehler is a practicing Rastafarianism, while formerly being Catholic. He still believes in many, if not all— catholic teachings. He has expressed significant interest in Anglicanism. He has never been baptized.
Although Koehler remained disgruntled in 2019 due to his episodes, he has claimed that he has regained control, and states that "[that] was a terrible part of my life. I've grown and I'm doing better. Trying, at the least."
Along with his major interest in Rastafarianism, he is also planning to partially emigrate to Jamaica when he becomes an adult, citing that "[I] have ton of love for Jah, the Jamaican people, and the culture." He listens to dancehall and reggae musicians such as Bob Marley, Yellowman, Josey Wales, Barrington Levy, and others. He has both the Ethiopian Empire and Jamaican flag hung in his room.
Cameron makes music under the name 3818, and has released one album—A Compilation of Tragedy. He created a label company called Taxi Records, which both Jack Morris and Aidan McGrath are now also signed to.