Her work is unique and experimental with a strong focus on the human form. A broad array of life experiences has influenced her as an individual and now informs her sculpture. 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 Graduate Diploma in Fine Art from Toronto School of Art, in 2004, followed by postgraduate studies in their Independent Studio Program. She also enjoyed a year studying at Pasadena City College in California. In 2007, Camie won the award for Best Solo Sculpture/3D at the New York Art Expo. She has participated in Artist Residencies in China, Vermont, and Banff and has exhibited her work in numerous solo, group and juried shows including an invitational International Art show in Dalian, China. In 2011 Camie had a solo exhibition of her Shroud Series “Ephemeral Bronze” at Cedar Ridge Gallery. She also participated in “Accrochage” a group show at the Kouros Gallery, in New York. Among many shows in 2012, a trio of Camie’s Shrouds was featured in “Memento Mori” at The Gallery at Sheridan Institute, Oakville, ON, a major show of the International World of Threads Festival. Camie has created several commissions, notably a bronze bust of Dr. Ursula Franklin for the Toronto District School Board. In 2015 she will be installing a commissioned piece at Massey College, University of Toronto. In 2013, Camie was honoured with the DeSerres Award at the 140th Annual Open Juried Exhibition of the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA). Camie is an active member of the art community and is presently a member of the board of directors at the Sculptors Society of Canada and until recently at the John B. Aird Gallery. Her bronze sculptures are represented and sold in galleries and through art consultants in Canada and the United States and her work is enjoyed more widely still. Camie’s sculptures have been acquired for permanent collections including Arcturus Gallery, the Banff Centre, and the Ontario Public Archives.