Camie’s unique and experimental bronze sculptures are inspired by nature, with a strong focus on the human form. With a diploma in Theatre Arts, Camie worked for several years in theatre and sewed costumes for the National Ballet of Canada. She received her Diploma in Fine Art from Toronto School of Art in 2004, followed by postgraduate studies in their Independent Studio Program and a year’s study in California. Camie has participated in Artist Residencies in China, Vermont and The Banff Centre in Alberta. She exhibits her work internationally and has won an award for her sculpture in New York. In 2013 she won the Deserres Award from the Ontario Society of Artists. Her commissions include Sanctuary, for Massey College, University of Toronto, 2013. A contributing member of the arts community, Camie is on the Board of Directors at the John B. Aird Gallery and the Sculptors Society of Canada.