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Camille Bourgeois

Guest Artist

Camille graduated from Southern Methodist University with two B.S. degrees in Biology and Sociology, and a minor in Chemistry. Camille will attend McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center Houston in 2024. Acknowledging art as a platform for community, empathy, and innovation, Camille hopes to advocate for the intersection between the humanities and clinical medicine. 


She grew up at Houston Ballet Academy, where she entered the main school division at seven years of age performing classical works including Konservatoriet, Les Sylphides, and Stanton Welch's The Ladies and Studies. In addition to ballet, she trained in various styles including character, jazz, and musical theatre. 


Throughout her dance career, Camille has had the privilege of working with and learning from artists such as Emanuel Gat,  Gabriel Speiller, Maleek Washington, Hailey Von Schlehenried, Madison Hicks, Sidra Bell, Troy Ogilvie, Kevin Parjarillaga, and Emily Bernet + Taylor Kinsey.  She attended multiple movement research workshops with Moving Forward Dance, enjoys collaborative spaces, and has taken classes throughout Europe. She joined 6 o’Clock Dance Theatre as a dancer in 2020, with whom she has performed works by Zach Ingram and various artists. Recently, Camille toured in the Halycon show’s production of Aureum and performed with Bombshell Dance Project.


Creative processes including working as a film production assistant and assisting a musical theatre program for adults with disabilities opened her eyes to the power of art as a platform for empathetic connection. Striving for excellence in artistic and scientific pursuits, Camille is excited to embark on her journey in the art of medicine.

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