Saraid Cameron is an actor and theatre-maker. Her work deals with contemporary feminism and the realities of being a first generation South Asian New Zealander. She graduated from Unitec with a degree in Performing Arts in 2012. With collaborator Amelia Reynolds, Saraid has created three shows - STOMACH in 2014 which toured Auckland as part of Basement's Theatre in Schools program, The Memory Shelf which won Best New Script as well as the Tour Ready Award in the 2015 Auckland Fringe Festival and recently, Cult Show: The Revitalisation of the New Zealand Women's Archives

Saraid moved to the UK in 2016 and joined the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain for a summer workshop with 28 other women. She also performed in the Edinburgh season of New Zealand show Generation of Z. Most recently Saraid performed in Ahi Karunaharan's Tea for Auckland Arts Festival and wrote, produced and performed two sold-out seasons of her first solo work - Drowning in Milk which won the ‘Unfuck the World' Award for Social Impact in the Auckland Fringe Festival.