Having worked with actors from Sam Claflin to Marisa Tomei, from Olivia Cooke to Julie Delpy, Camille has enjoyed 20 years of designing for film and theatre. Recent films include “Song of Back and Neck”, a dark comedy starring Paul Lieberstein & Rosemarie DeWitt and just premiered at Tribeca Film Festival; "The Bachelors" starring JK Simmons, winner of Best Feature Film at San Diego Film Festival; and "Blood Stripe" by Remy Auberjonois, winner of Best Fiction Feature at LAFF.

Camille has an MFA from Yale School of Drama, and an MA from the Courtauld Institute in the History of Dress, and she is an adjunct professor at SDSU and SBCC. As well as working as a costume designer, Camille has given various talks on topics relating to dress history at the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Costume Society and the Courtauld Institute.