- loves cycling
- was named after anadaptable lizardand aFrench feminist artist
- has a degree inAnthropologyfromUC Berkeley.
Camille is a femme tomboy bike-nut, fashion fanatic, casual intellectual, tech-nerd, and life-long artist, who has been bullied into appreciating the oxford comma. She's been a professional jam and pickle maker, cooked in kitchens you couldn't even imagine, and managed a kitchen at a vegetarian housing co-operative.
From a very creative family and long line of artists (grandmother, great-grandmother, great-grandfather), a good eye is in her blood. Camille has been an editor for a photography studio, won some art contests and scholarships, and studied drawing, painting and sculpture at CCA.
Camille just graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in Socio-Cultural Anthropology. Research lit her up like a firework. She's conducted and written studies such as value formation and consumption in East Bay Food Not Bombs, and the role of the physician in regards to patients with chronic pain. Out of school, she hasn't stopped learning, and recently picked up CSS/HTML, jQuery, and some python, as well as corporate and small-business tax accounting.
Camille just left the East Bay for the South Bay, where she spends as much time as possible exploring Silicon Valley by bicycle and hunting for ethnic food markets.