Camille, from the city of Pau in France, studied theater at the Ecole Jean Périmony in Paris from 2009 to 2012, and later received her Bachelor of Arts in English Linguistics, Literature and History from the University of Pau in 2015. She was an instructor at the same university for the B2i (Brevet Informatique et Internet), in partnership with Total, and taught computer science applied to education to the Master of Education program from 2013 to 2015. In 2015, she enrolled in a research MA in Politics, Society and Discourse in the English-speaking World at the University of Pau and is now pursuing her second year master's at the Bordeaux-Montaigne University, centered on the works of Tennessee Williams. Her area of research focuses on theater, specifically female protagonists prone to mental breakdowns, the dichotomy between rebellion and conformity, as well as the complexity of family and/or male-female dynamics and the consequences which ensue. In her spare time, she enjoys playing the guitar, writing, rock-climbing and hiking.