TumblCamp was designed and developed by Clifton Rhoad in the Fall of 2011 on a desktop computer he carried around in a laundry basket. Initially released under the name TumblrCamp, at SXSW in 2012, the second version, rebranded as TumblCamp, was started in summer 2012 and development continued through 2013. A completely revamped TumblCamp was unveiled in 2014, and although Tumblcamp was eventually discontinued, the site remains a testament to perseverance and Clifton's versatility as a freelancer—having dreamed up, designed, developed, and deployed every aspect and small detail of the project.
To make things easier for recording artists. Websites should be affordable. Website updates should actually reach fans. Customizing a website template shouldn't be rocket science. And your fans should never be more than one click away from your music. We're TumblCamp. And we're putting the power back in the hands of the artists.