Camille took part in the iFeatures 2013/14 scheme with producer Sarah Brocklehurst.
Camille began her career in film as a Clapper Loader in films and commercials and has now written and directed six short films: VINCENT (2013) starring James Wilby; FEEDER (2005) funded by UK Film Council/Film London, screening on BBC Film Network; SAY SORRY (2005) financed by BBC, Winner Rosh’d Int Film fest Tehran 05; CONFUSED (2002) Completion funded by Universal Studios Networks, selected for New Directions 02; and A WEEKEND WITH EVA (2002) BAFTA short-listed and highly commended by Turner Classic Shorts. Camille’s training includes Binger Film Lab Writers Programme (04), Binger Film Lab Directors Programme (05/06) sponsored by the David Lean Foundation UK, First Film Foundations First Development (03) and Bournemouth Film School (95). Camille was twice selected for the Berlin Talent Campus, including the Script Clinic 04 and the Berlinale Talent Project Market 05 and Screen South’s Trade Mission to LA during AFM 05. Camille is also in late development with HEATWAVE, a dual language project set in Provence with producer Alexandra Stone attached is Sophie Kennedy Clark, Richard E Grant, Tcheky Karyo.