Camille has worked extensively as a dancer, choreographer and teacher; she has produced a steady stream of work acclaimed for its ecological and social commitment. Camille has concentrated on stage productions as well as site-specific works that generate empathy and raise questions about survival in times of dramatic social and environmental change.
Licensed with a B.A. in Contemporary Dance from St. Olaf College, Minnesota, U.S.A. (1991), and an additional three year Masters study in Choreography & Performance from U.C.L.A., Los Angeles, CA. (1997-2000). Since 2000 she has been living, teaching and performing in Spain, working with diverse artists between Europe and North America: Chema de la Peña, Elena Cordoba, Minnesota Dance Theater, Paul Thompson, and Kristen Kusanovich.
Currently she works with the Spanish visual artist, Juan Carlos Arévalo, fusing contemporary dance, photography and video creation into new and experimental works for festivals around Spain and Europe. Their interdisciplinary collaborations propose to break down assumptions of ´why & where´ art happens in an attempt to expand our sense of empathy and environmental awareness.
Some of their stage works include: The Sacrifice of Giants (2016), Habla. De. La. Tierra. (2016), Nomadans (2013), Migrations (2013), Dust and Water (2012), Sensitive to Noise (2010), In Without Knocking (2009), Monster Mash (2008), and Body Scores for Sound (2008). Aside from her choreographic productions Camille teaches contemporary dance immersions throughout Spain, Europe and U.S.A.
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