Photographer Cameron Windsor is 17 and lives in Southsea. An exhibition of photos he took for The News at Bestival last year is on display at the Kings Theatre until tomorrow.
When did you last go away and where did you go?
Reading Festival last year, which was amazing. I couldn’t think of a more perfect line up. I saw four of my all-time favourite bands (Green Day, Foo Fighters, Crystal Castles and The Skints) in the space of three days while having an incredible time with a big group of some of my closest friends.
What about the last theatre show you saw?
I don’t go to theatre shows that often, so it would have been the pantomime at the Kings the Christmas year before last.
The last book you read?
The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum. My friend got me the trilogy as a Christmas present and I’ve only just got round to starting them. I’d like to read more but I don’t have too much time because of college work and stuff.
The last film you saw at the cinema or on DVD?
A documentary film about Joe Strummer called The Future Is Unwritten which I’d definitely recommend.
What’s your favourite way to relax?
Probably just hanging out with my mates. It’s always good to catch up with old school friends that go to other colleges.
What do you watch on TV?
I don’t watch that much TV, but I rarely miss The Simpsons. I watch Match of the Day occasionally or maybe the rugby highlights on a Sunday. Other than that, I watch most stuff online. For example, I’ve recently finished watching the most recent season of American show Breaking Bad.
And which TV programmes do you avoid?
Hollyoaks and The Only Way Is Essex. Even if I hear the theme tune coming from another room in the house I will go and turn it over.
Which celeb would you most like to spend a weekend with?
Someone like Noel Fielding. He’s hilarious and I’d imagine he knows lots of cool and interesting people. He also has great music taste, so it’d be good to go to a gig with him or something.
Where do you shop?
Pretty much all online because usually it’s cheaper and I don’t have time to go out on the weekends and buy stuff. If I do, it will almost definitely be in Southsea.
Where do you eat out?
I don’t very often, but my favourite place to go is Pie & Vinyl on Castle Road in Southsea.
What’s your signature dish, if you’re cooking?
I can cook chilli and spaghetti bolognese, but that’s about as far as my culinary skills go.
Where’s good for a day out locally?
Anywhere in Southsea really, I think. Shops on Albert Road, the Garage Lounge does good cakes and coffee and Pie & Vinyl is always nice for lunch or dinner, and shopping for records!