MArch, OAA, MRAIC
Camille has extensive experience developing award-winning projects, from interior design to masterplanning, and working with major public and private clients. She remains a powerful advocate for under-represented groups intent on improving the built environment. Camille is the founding member and continues to advise the boards of independent organizations Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT) and the Black Architects + Interior Designer Association (BAIDA), where the programs of both organizations support mentorship, networking and leadership opportunities for women and visible minorities within the architecture profession. She is regularly invited to adjudicate numerous awards programs as a jury member and lectures on architecture and design. Camille is a past recipient of the G. Randy Roberts Service Award from the Ontario Association of Architects in recognition of her numerous contributions to the architectural profession. Camille is a graduate of the University of Waterloo.