From the forests of Whidbey Island, Camille’s detailed style is inspired by a childhood spent exploring the Salish Sea. When not exploring the wilds of Washington, Camille could be caught in the library reading Paul Goble’s “The Girl Who Loved Horses” and Steven Kellog’s “Pinkerton Behave”. The colorful children’s books, along with illustrated brown paper lunch bags courtesy of her mother, blossomed into a love of graphic arts.

Profoundly interested in the creative arts she graduated from Western Washington University with a Bachelors in Design. Her professional career as a graphic designer for both print and digital media extends over a decade.