Camilla made her first sculpture in a one-day workshop and was sufficiently moved to begin taking a full range of courses at Toronto School of Art in January of 1999, graduating in the spring of 2004. While at school she supplemented her studies with extra sculpture classes at Central Technical School and studied for six months at Pasadena City College, in Pasadena, California. She was selected for the postgraduate Independent Studio Program at Toronto School of Art, which she completed in 2005. Upon graduating, Camilla was invited to China and participated in an International Art Exhibition in Dalian where she took part in an Artist Residency at Jinher Bronze Works.
Camilla has participated in numerous group shows and exhibitions and is featured in collections across North America and China. Her work can be seen publicly at St. Mary’s Church in Toronto, Ontario (Madre Teresa, Bronze Bust) and at the Ursula Franklin Academy in Toronto, Ontario (Dr. Ursula Franklin, Bronze Bust.)