Originally from British Columbia (Canada), Camille Huang is a dance artist and interdisciplinary creator. They began their dance training at a young age at Goh Ballet and Essence of Dance. It is a practice of improvisation and exploration that first led them to develop a love towards dance. At the age of 15, she began to choreograph contemporary solos on herself and has continued to develop her creation skills and movement exploration at any opportunity since. A second-generation immigrant, Camille also attended McGill and Concordia University, and has completed a major in Anthropology. Their journey at l’École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (EDCM) has deepened their devotion towards dance and art making practices. Throughout their time at the school, Camille has worked with Helen Simard, Sébastien Provencher, Parts+Labour_Danse, Hélène Remoué, Edgar Zendejas, Stacey Désilier, and Stefania Skoryna in original creations, as well as performed the repertoire of compagnie Marie Chouinard, Jacques Poulin-Denis and Stephanie Lake before graduating in 2023. Throughout the past couple years, Camille has participated in several student work showings for choreographic works such as Studio 7 and Incubateur of EDCM. Camille continues to have a practice in movement research, performance creation and visual art. They are interested in work that contains effort and pleasure and questions. She takes seriously the play of the creative process and is infinitely enlivened by it.
Photo: Julie Artacho