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Camille got her start as a participatory arts director and facilitator working nationally and internationally for companies such as: Emergency Exit Arts, A-Line Art, Discover Children's Story Centre, The Albany Theatre, Sophakama (South Africa), Cardboard Citizens, The Empathy Museum and more. 

Her participatory work is centred around collaborating with communities to create transformative social change through performing arts, making a positive difference in people’s lives, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Camille's participatory work has led her into many unique and diverse experiences; from travelling the UK in an ice cream van gathering people's stories of the sea, to working with a group of teenagers in townships in South Africa to create original films and theatre, to delivering large family arts days at venues such as Sadler's Wells, Southbank Centre and The Barbican.

A recent participatory commission led Camille to gathering stories on the streets from the people of Ashford, Kent about their memories of the town. It led to this poem which drew the constellation of stories together to give a snapshot of 'The Place That Makes Us'.


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