“I know it sounds hyperbolic to say that Camilla is one of the best people I’ve ever worked with, but it’s true. She was collaborative, incredibly articulate, decisive, and highly organized. A team player who was never afraid to share her opinion and was willing to listen to those whose ideas differed from her own.” — Laurie Bauman Arnold


Camilla is a highly collaborative, solutions-oriented team leader with broad experience working across sectors (business, government, academia, non-profit) and platforms (film, TV, interactive, print, live events). She is an award-winning creative producer/director, and content development specialist, who is passionate about climate change mitigation and equitable development of cities.

Camilla studied English Literature at Brown, and Documentary Film Production at Stanford University. Her master thesis film “At Arm’s Length”– a short-subject documentary about ballroom dancers – premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 1990 and was broadcast on PBS. Her feature length documentary “Prisoners in Paradise” – a historical documentary about Italian POWs held in the USA during WWII – was voted Best of Festival at the Rhode Island Film Festival and the Arizona Film Festival in 2001, received a Chris Award,and was broadcast by PBS. Camilla’s most recent documentary “The Tiger Next Door” premiered at the prestigious international documentary film festival Hot Docs in Toronto, Canada in 2009 and aired in the US on Animal Planet. She loves a character driven story, and is partial to uniquely American stories.

Camilla also has an extensive background in children’s television and interactive media, working for world-class organizations, such as: LEGO, Scholastic, Inc. and the Jim Henson Company producing interactive games, activities, and applications. Early in her career Camilla worked as a camera assistant in Hollywood, and also spent several years as a writer and producer of interactive corporate training for clients such as Memorial Sloan Kettering, Gemini Consulting, Lexus and others.