Camille has established herself with a rich career poised with artistic ability and versatility.
She began playing drums and other instruments at the age of 11 and went on to earn a music scholarship at Long Island university.
"I've been blessed to have the ability to cop the feel of different genres of music, and that's basically the key to playing different styles, making it feel right".
Camille has worked with such artist as: Antonio Hart, J.T. Taylor of Kool and The gang, marc cary, greg Osby, Steve Coleman, michael Urbaniak, melky sedeck, Chuck Mangione, kelis, Monifa, Tom Browne, roy Ayers, Angela Bofill, Noel Pointer, Lonnie Liston Smith, Christian Mcbride, M.C. Shan and the Juice crew All-Stars of which she was the musical director.
she has also graced the stage with Reggae artist such as: Tanya Stephens, Sugar Minott, Worl-a-girl, Born jamericans, Lt.Stitchie, and Capleton.
As a producer she creditd with the following:
Nikki"D" "Up the Ante for the Pante" (Def Jam Recordings)
FU2 "Boomin In Ya Jeep" (MCA RECORDS)
The Funky Drummer meets G-Clef Vol.I&2 (TUFF CITY RECORDS)
The Funky Presidents (Stackin Beatz RECORDINGS)
Attic Beatz VOL.1&2 (STACKIN BEATZ RECORDINGS)
As a side woman she is credited with such luminary artist as:
Marc Cary Indigenous People "Unite" on Jazzateria Recordings
Antonio Hart "Ama Tu sanrisa" on Enja Recordings
Steve Coleman "Drop Kick"
Cornelius Claudio Kreusch "Scoop"
Joan Jett "The Word"
Having studied with master drummer Michael Carvin in her teenaged years is who camille credits with teaching her how to cop concepts, sight reading, form and structure in music. "Michael was a great mentoring factor in my life and still is to this day."
Camille also studied with Keith Copeland and Gary Chester.
Camille endorses G.M.S.Drums, Paiste Cymbals, Evans Drumheads, Vic Firth Drumsticks, and Real Feel Pads.
Camille continues to broaden and improve her skills with great artistic vision and devotion. In the meantime her performances continue to get rave reviews and she is one of the most sought after drummers in the industry.