Camille studied at the University of Kent, trained at the Desmond Jones' School of Mime and Physical Theatre, and earned her MA in playwriting at Birmingham University, under mentor David Edgar, where she was awarded a distinction for her play, Autobiography of Nowhere.
As writer-in-residence at the Thorndike Theatre she wrote Romeo and Juliet: The Club Remix, Edible Complex, and YoHo. She has created and performed in Bristol, London, Edinburgh, Bremen, Frankfurt, and Nuremberg. In Canada, she made her debut with Cirque Poule at the Belfry Theatre in Victoria.
Other credits include: writer and performer of Lagoon of Lost Tales, Boca Del Lupo; adaptation of Runaway Moon's The Winter's Tale, co-creator of The Suicide, Boca Del Lupo / San Banquito Teatro; creator of Chatter Box for Theatre Replacement; performer in The Bloody Clean-Upfor Les Saints / NeWorld Theatre; and director of How I Became Queen which won an Ovation Award for 'Outstanding New Work'.
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