In the first part of 2009 Cameron relocated from his home and found himself in the middle of the barren desert wasteland of Hemet, California. He quickly took to being a recluse and spent the next six months writing and drawing the first 30 page Scrambled Circuits book. It contained nine stories about the robot Primus and his connections to the people around him - strangers, friends, coworkers, and the many types of family he has.
Cameron sold copies of his book to dozens of countries all over the planet, which he considers a massive success for a guy in his early twenties with the visual artistic skill just above that of a twelve year old. After that, work began on the next collection of Scrambled Circuits stories.