I’m a writer, filmmaker, audio producer, and artist support person, doing what I can to make stories and help others to do the same.

My work focuses on gender, relationships, technology, and music.

As a teen, I was fortunate to be mentored by some of the best filmmakers in Maine. I studied filmmaking at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and radio storytelling at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. I’ve supported artists as an employee at non-profits, including the Camden International Film Festival and Maine Media Workshops + College. I tend bar at SPACE in Portland, ME, and I have a leopard gecko named Nero.

Want to Make Something Together?

Camille Howard is a writer and multi-disciplinary media artist who lives in Portland, Maine with their leopard gecko Nero. They’re the Program Coordinator at the Camden International Film Festival, a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and the Rochester Institute of Technology, and a recipient of the Springboard Artists Grant from the Maine Arts Commission.

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