Amid 21st century narratives of futurity and progress, Camille's work proposes culture as a shared burden of cultivation. It aims to create conditions for unfolding interaction, inviting collaboration between human and nonhuman actors to catalyze unknown outcomes and the conditions of care for their aftermath. 
Camille was born in Chicago, and though identified primarily as a painter, found a spiritual home in raves and underground music in the late 90s. In a former life, the artist was employed by Universal Studios and traveled extensively painting facades for theme parks across the US and Asia. These worlds collide into a deeply material practice which seeks proof of the real.
Camille received a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal, and an MFA from Yale, as well as the Blair Dickinson Memorial Prize, presented to an artist “who demonstrates a developing consciousness, personal vision and spirit of search.” Camille lives and works in Climax, New York.
MFA Yale University  |  Painting + Printmaking   2018
BFA Concordia University  |  Montreal, Canada  2008
2018 Yale University | Blair Dickinson Memorial Prize 
2018 Basic Drawing | Yale School of Art Teaching Assistant | Professor Robert Storr 
2017 Basic Painting | Yale School of Art Teaching Assistant | Professor Molly Zuckerman-Hartung
2017 Yale School of Art | Travel Grant Institute for Investigative Living | Joshua Tree, CA

2016 Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media | Grad Fellow
2006 Concordia University | Fine Art Student Alliance Grant | Montreal, Quebec

2005 Art Matters Festival | Production Grant | Montreal, Quebec

2003 Gallery 37 | Artist Fellowship | Chicago, Illinois 
2002 Free Street Theater | Artist Fellowship | Chicago, Illinois

ECP Merit Award | School of the Art Institute of Chicago 
Gallery 37 Artist Fellowship | Chicago, Illinois
2019 Yale Architecture Gallery | garden-pleasure
601 Artspace | New York
AREA gallery | Boston
2019 Faultline Journal of Arts and Letters
2018 MWTH Project | New York
Diane Rosenstein Gallery | Los Angeles 
Next to Nothing Gallery | New York 
Yale College | Office of the Dean

Wild Seed | Green Hall Gallery 
2017 The Ottoman Empire | Sam’s Space 
The Study | New Haven, Connecticut 
2016 Queering Space | Green Hall Gallery 
Chemistry Creative | The End | Brooklyn, New York 
The Tappan Collective | Los Angeles, California 
UNICEF Juried Exhibition | Los Angeles
2015 Mysteries of The Deep | Brooklyn, New York

2014 Leows Regency Hotel | New York, New York 
Mariner Silver EP | Navy Yard Records | NY001 
Bossa Nova Social Club | Brooklyn, New York 
Twenty Grand Studios | Brooklyn, New York 
2013 The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center | Brooklyn, New York 
National Underground | New York 
2012 The Blind Barber | Imagining Sisyphus Happy | New York

The Phatory Gallery | Beautiful Fields presents Phenomena | New York 
GO Brooklyn | Brooklyn, New York 
2010 Light/Weight | Ringwood, New Jersey

The Greenpoint Gallery | Brooklyn, New York 
Richardson Studios | Brooklyn, New York 
2009 The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts | Wilmington, Delaware 
Little Skips | Brooklyn, New York
Windows Gallery | Queens, New York 
2008 Veaux Gallery | New York 
Milio's | Chicago, Illinois 
Logan Square Artspace | Chicago, Illinois
2007 Millennium Park | Great Performers of Illinois Festival | Chicago, Illinois
La Société des Arts Technologiques | Pure Data Summit | Montreal, Quebec 
Galerie FOFA Concordia University | Montreal, Quebec 
2006 Foufouns Electriques | Montreal, Quebec
Concordia University | Art Matters Festival | Montreal, Quebec 
Salon Rouge | Montreal, Quebec

2005 Foufounes Electriques | Montreal, Quebec POP Montreal | Montreal, Quebec 
Concordia University | Art Matters | Montreal, Quebec 
2003 Trap Door Theater | Fringe Festival | Chicago, Illinois 
The Chopin Theater | Chicago, Illinois

2002 National Juried Exhibition of Student Works | Museum of Contemporary Art | Chicago
Vanishing Point | MOTDLP004
Oath | Mysteries of The Deep 
Entropy EP | BOP003 
Orphan Anvil EP | BOP002 
Birds of Prey | Kathexis Records | KTX002 
Birds of Prey Nocturne EP | BOP001 
James Catchpole, A Closer Listen, review of Birds of Prey, September 7, 2015

Brian Kolada, Resident Advisor News, July 20, 2015

Brooks Barnes, "Clash of the Theme Parks," The New York Times, Monday, May 21, 2012, B1.

Nightlife Magazine  Montreal, June 2006.

No Commercial Value  Montreal, April 2006.