is an imaginative portrait artist, illustrator, painter, and one who is driven by an incredible passion for self-expression through art.
She has worked as a freelance artist and book illustrator since 1993, Illustrating over 15 books. The State Library of Louisiana chose her most recently illustrated book ”Goodnight Acadiana” as the sole book to represent the state for the 2012 National Book Festival in Washington D.C.
Her paintings have won numerous awards, including a national competition for members of the Portrait Society of America. Her work has been shown the national television program “How’d you get so rich” hosted by Joan Rivers.
She has done commission work for hospitals, government officials, and some really amazing people.
Her works are often noted for their unique style, elegance, and technique. Camille has developed an style that blends precise realism with hints of impressionism. Her use of vibrant colors and strong lines make her work an excellent choice for a wide range of projects and purposes. Camille is accomplished in using traditional methods like oil paintings, but also uses modern techniques. She loves to express her vision through art; she is also adept at creating commercial works and readily communicates the vision of her clientèle.