Camille is a French artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She initially moved to New York from France to pursue a career in dance, but after a knee injury halted her career, Camille turned her creative attention to film as it is a natural blend of music, movement, and imagery. Her multidisciplinary work now blends moving images into a choreography of light, music, and dialogue. Camille’s work has been exhibited at La Maison Rouge (Paris), Me Collectors Room (Berlin), Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto (Biella, Italy), and Musee de l’Adresse Postale (Paris). Her most recent film, SIMON, has been very successful, winning multiple awards. She is continually creating films infused with the unconscious, the oneiric, her journey as a dancer, in addition to her life in the U.S., where movements, expressions, sounds, shapes, and faces collide.