Camille A. Brown Faculty Headshot

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Camille A. Brown is a Princess Grace Award winning Choreographer. She received a 2011 Bessie nomination for Outstanding Individual Performance in her work, The Evolution Of A Secured Feminine, and is 1 of 4 choreographers selected as a Choreographic Fellow for Ailey's New Directions Choreography Lab. Commissions include works for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Philadanco, Ballet Memphis, Hubbard Street II, Urban Bush Women, among others. She was a guest performer with The Ailey Company in 2008 and 2011, and currently guests with Rennie Harris/Puremovement. Images of Camille (in her signature explosive jumps) were featured in the artwork for both City Center's 2007 Fall for Dance series and Jacob's Pillow's 2011 season.

Her work has been showcased at Sadler's Wells (London, England), The Apollo, The Joyce Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Central Park's Summerstage, Dance Theater Workshop, Symphony Space, Dancenow Festival, and New York Fall for Dance Festival (City Center). Other performances include Dancing From The Heart and The Fire Island Dance Festival- annual benefits produced by Dancer's Responding To AIDS (DRA). She also choreographed a duet for Tony nominated artist Karine Plantadit and Danny Tidwell for The Youth American Grand Prix Gala (City Center) and for New York Fashion Week for Saverio Paletella's line, WholeGarment 3D (2008).

Camille danced with Ronald K. Brown/Evidence from 2001-2007. She is rapidly making a name for herself in the musical theater world- choreographing the new musical, Fortress Of Solitude, directed by Obie Award Winning Director, Daniel Aukin, and gearing up for her company's first solo season at The Joyce Theater. She graduated from LaGuardia High School of the Performing Arts, attended The Ailey School, and received her BFA from The University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

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