It’s Just Me

At age 9, Camille was admitted to the Rockit Academy program in Red Bank, New Jersey. At Rockit, she was able to sing with legends the likes of  Eddie Brigatti, Ricky Byrd, and Lou Pallo performing in venues such as The Cutting Room in NYC and the Stone Pony in Asbury Park.

This paved the way for her debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “School of Rock the Musical” national Broadway tour where she won raves for her performance as the introvert student Tomika. Southcoasttoday.com writes how Camille “stole the show when the shy character she plays suddenly starts singing ‘Amazing Grace,’ which brought loud cheers of approval from the audience.” A review from Broadwayworld.com says Camille as Tomika “does a great job playing up the shy girl who is new at the school…I was amazed to see such a big voice come from such a young kid.”  Saltlakemagazine.com writes how the “crowd went buck wild for that not-so-little voice” when Camille began to sing.

While she aspires to be a Broadway performer like Lea Salonga or Eva Noblezada, her “ultimate dream” is to be a pop singer like Kelly Clarkson.

She considers herself fortunate to appear in commercials, become a kidcaster for the 2019 U.S. Open and one of the bunch in John Mulaney and the Sack Lunch Bunch in the 2019 Netflix special.

In her spare time, Camille loves to paint, write, and watch YouTube videos of arts and crafts.   She plays several instruments, among them piano, electric guitar,  saxophone, and the ukulele.