As a writer for Faith in the Bay, the Post News Group and Mused Mag Online, Camryn found himself on Al Jazeera’s `The Stream,’ for his article “Life with my Two Dads,” which he was awarded the 2012 Editor’s Pick for. Since then, Camryn has been a part of many conferences, panels and seminars facilitating workshops while working in PR.
Having plenty to say about inequality, sexuality and culture, Camryn Crump has created a name for himself, Cams Verbal Vomit. Using the platform www.CamsVerbalVomit.com, Camryn, along with others, express the good, the bad, and the ugly regarding the many layers to being a Black LGBT individual. Currently, Camryn is a fellow a part of the 2016 cohort for the Black AIDS Institute at UCLA. His desire is to empower and equip youth and young adults with the necessary tools to live free. Breaking barriers, saving lives and being the person he needed when he was younger, keeps Camryn Crump moving higher.