I’m a director and screenwriter who works on a wide range of non-fiction and fiction projects.

As a non-fiction storyteller, I tell stories that focus on the relationship between the human body, spirituality, gender, and community. My most recent documentary, Yvonne’s Kitchen, is a conversation about living a full life with Parkinson’s Disease. The film was a Semi Finalist for the Student Academy Award, and has been screened at festivals all over the country.

When working in a fictional space, I use elements of magical realism and silliness to create spaces where big feelings can be felt. I make films about Love, whether between partners, sisters, or people with their places. My most recent fiction film, The Bold Coast, contains all this, as well as mermaids.

I was fortunate to have opportunities to work on professional film productions starting when I was thirteen years old. Mentored by some of the best filmmakers Maine had to offer, I found a love for the intense collaboration that happens on a set. I continued to expand on my skills as a filmmaker at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

I write about travel and live music at howcamille.travel.blog.