Camille is a life-long resident of Rockland County, N.Y. She began photographing as a hobby and became a member of the Ridgewood Camera Club in 2001, served as President in 2007-2008 and Program Chair for three terms. She is a recipient of the NJ Federation of Camera Clubs’ "Tops in NJ" for her Valley Forge print and has contributed her photography to The Church of the Presentation Magazine and their Nova Hope for Haiti project. In addition, she participated in the “Route 59" exhibition at the GaGa Arts Center in 2009 and the “Hopperesque/Realism & Light” exhibit in 2011 at the Edward Hopper House. Camille has received numerous Honorable Mentions and Awards. She has received photo credits in Manhattan Bride’s Magazine in the Spring/Summer 2014 and the Fall/Winter 2014 issues for her photographs of Christ Church in Sparkill, N.Y., as well as photo credits in 201 Magazine in 2013, 2014 and 2015 in “Top Lawyers in NJ."
Among other memorable photo mentions, she organized two fabulous "Week in Umbria Photo Tours" in Bettona, Italy in May of 2014 and 2015. Her most recent project has been the photographing of Letchworth Village. An exhibit was held at the Suffern Library, entitled, "Letchworth Village: “Finding the Human Element in Abandoned Places,” in September of 2015.
"To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly." -- Henri Bergson