Fotorater.com was founded by Jersey-born entrepreneur Marc Cameron.

Having been in love with photography his whole life, Marc wanted to create a website that would operate as a platform to showcase some of the most innovative, mindblowing photography around. Hence Fotorater.com was born.

Along with promoting the latest innovations in the photography industry, Fotorater.com also looks at the current trends in the worlds of film, music, fashion, art and technology.

Friends and contacts of Marc’s help him to keep the Fotorater.com site up to date with stories about the hottest trends out there.

About Marc Cameron

Once the cover boy for the World Cub Scouts Association (circa 1992/93), Marc sacrificed boy band stardom and the opportunity to appear on the cover of Just Seventeen, for a career as a young media mogul. Something he doesn’t regret to this very day (OK, maybe a little).

Marc founded Se7en – an award-winning print and online magazine (supported by Time Out and Dame Anita Roddick), which interviewed Christian Bale, George Clooney, Iman, and Vampire Weekend. As a contractor editor for orange.co.uk’s websites, he boosted its Cars website’s statistics by nearly 200%.

He’s also the co-creator of web phenomenon the Light Graffiti Cars – featured in the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and Top Gear. And he’s one of the youngest ever people to appear in the Observer Magazine’s The Innovator section.

Here’s some press articles about Marc’s work:

Light graffiti supercars in London by Marc Cameron and Mark Brown. Featured in The Daily Telegraph.

Moose (aka Paul Curtis) and Marc Cameron’s innovation: eco graffiti. Featured in The Observer Magazine.

Reverse Graffiti Hits Munich Streets and Pays Homage to Green Vehicles. Featured in Inhabitat.

Life on the edge for the independents. Featured in Press Gazette.

Seven Magazine makes plea for £750k funding. Featured in Press Gazette.

Light graffiti supercars hit the BBC. Featured on TopGear.com.

Light speed. Featured on TopGear.com.

Absolute Filth. Featured on Dazeddigital.com.

Time Out logo graffitied in Shoreditch. Featured on Timeout.com.