Named "A Performing Arts Renaissance Woman", CAMILLE WHO? is known for her work worldwide as a (deep breath...) singer, front woman, composer, arranger, lyricist, dancer, choreographer, rhythm & percussionist, actress, director and teaching artist.
Aside from her constant show-building, CAMILLE WHO? currently hops around performing as a lead vocalist/front woman and percussionist for bands like the late, great Bernie Worrell--with whom she wrote a hit song in London in 2014, Steve Kimock and Friends, The Motet, Willy Jack and the Northern Light, Everyone Orchestra, and her own Reggae/Soul band SoulRagga who just received "Best Reggae Album" in the June 2016 Akademia Music Awards. Other shenanigans include but are not limited to teaching acting, singing, rhythm, dancing, artistic development, double-dutch jump rope, and Body Percussion workshops for all ages at music & camping festivals in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, and New York . An asset in any creative environment, you never know which Camille you'll get to work with. Hence, the name "CAMILLE WHO?"
Some of her many works include, but are in no way limited to composing and choreographing with and for Harry Connick Jr.'s show Elf; Hip-Hop and Body Percussion (making music with our bodies) dance instruction and choreography at DeSales University, Tap Ties, and an ongoing relationship with Liberty High School Theater and Pennsylvania Youth Theater as a Movement Instructor in Drama and Choreographer for main stage musical theater productions. Her more recent choreographed works include The Little Mermaid Jr., Shrek the Musical, Alice in Wonderland, Oliver!, Aida, Pippin, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Cinderella Kids, A Christmas Carol, Annie, and West Side Story.