Native Australian English, Native English & French
France and Australia. She is passionate about images and her love for storytelling was fuelled by her upbringing between France, Italy and Australia. At the age of 15, she started acting on stage in Sydney with the YoungRoughHewnTheatre Company. She then lived in France and Japan for her studies and completed her acting training in London at Central Saint Martins where she graduated with an MA in Applied Imagination in the Creative Industries with a focus on performing arts.
After finishing her studies, Camille moved to Paris in 2021. Since then, she has been involved in various productions. One of her notable achievements was creating, writing, and directing “Le Rêve d’Alice Guy,” where she also played the main role. In 2023, she received two awards for her work: Best Female Director at the ToykoShortFilmFestival and the Women Empowerment prize at the RomaShortFilmFestival.
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