Books
Cold Sweat 2013
Butta to Fly 2007
Aqua Beats and Moon Verses, Vol I 2006



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Art Exhibitions

Live:
Ascend: A Literary Art and Jazz Showcase 2010

Display:

After The Sun Chicago, 2015

After the Sun Atlanta, 2015

Cold Sweat Exhibit Atlanta 2013
Humboldt Park Chicago 2007
UrbanArt Retreat  Chicago 2006

Stage Plays
Love Does Not Hurt 2008
Brotha Wassup Sun? 2006
Aqua Beats and Moon Verses, Vol. I 2004

 (writer, activist, musician, painter, actress and barber) ​

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A multi-faceted artist from Chicago, currently living in Atlanta, continues in her quest to create the 'flyest interpretations' of life.

 

camil is currently touring her newest exhibit, After The Sun: Exhibit and Performance, which debuted in August 2015 in Atlanta, GA. The show includes a 35 piece visual art display and live performance of soul, hip hop and poetry. After The Sun is of AfroFuturistic proportions and explores the bio-mechanical possibilities of trans-humanism.

She has performed and presented art workshops at a host of conferences, high schools, and universities-locally and abroad, as part of the women centered activist-performance duo, AquaMoon. Using Hip Hop Feminism as a tool for creating awareness and dialogue on issues that marginalize and affect women of color, the duo co-authored several choreopoems, including Love Does Not Hurt and Aqua Beats and Moon Verses Vol. I.

camil is co-author of Aqua Beats and Moon Verses Vol. I and released her debut, Butta to Fly: a collection of poetry, art and music (2007). Her artworks have been featured in the Ascend: Live Art and Jazz Showcase and the Humboldt Park Art Exhibit in Chicago. She’s appeared in several short and full-length films, including The Lies We Tell and Secrets We Keep and the hit web series, Between Women. She also writes and produces music for commercials, films and stage productions.


 

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​Acting
Web Series:
Sunny Reign 2013

Between Women 2012

Theater:

P is for... - Natasha White 2011
dyke/warrior-prayers - Sharon Bridgeforth 2011
Fallen Angels - Eloise Beasley 2003
Vagina Monologues - C.C. Carter 2005


Film:

Shatter Serenity 2012
The First: Noelle 2011
Pilot-Urban G.U.P.P.I.ES 2011
Full Length- The Lies We Tell and the Secrets We Keep 2011
Mocumentary- My Mama Said Yo Mama is a Dyke 2010
Short Film- Did I Just Look at Her 2004



Music

Performance:
Black Feminist Hip Hop Mixtape 2011
True Love for the Hip Hop Culture 2009
Butta to Fly 2007
Beats & Verses, Vol. I 2006
Pow Wow Poetry Showcase 2004

Composition:
Only God Can Judge Me Soundtrack 2011

The First: Noelle Soundtrack 2011

Artist Resume

Performance/Workshop Presentations
DePaul University, UIC, University of Chicago, Northern Illinois University, Columbia College , Berea College, Bard College at Simon's Rock, UNLV, Southern Connecticut State University, Alaska Fairbanks University, Louisville University, Chicago Public Library, National Organization for Women, National Women Studies Association, Chicago Freedom School, Warrenville Youth Correctional Center

National Organization of Women (NOW), National Association of Women's Studies (NWSA), Theater of the Oppressed, Chicago Women's AIDS Project (CWAP), National Human Rights Network, Sistersong, GAWAND, WomenNow2016 and more.

Wherever you go, COME.iLL