This French singer, songwriter, performer and actor was introduced to classical dance aged seven and went to classes for 10 years. While studying at the Institute of Political Science in Paris in 2002, she wrote her thesis on the recording of her first album, Le Sac des Filles.

The release of her second album, Le Fil, set everything in motion, as she came to public attention. In 2009 she had the satisfaction of winning a Victoire de la Musique award for best female performer. That same year, she met the musician and arranger Clément Ducol, who became her life partner and closest musical collaborator.

After having her first child, she returned in October 2011 with the album Ilo Veyou. Her series of concerts in chapels left a big impression on the artist, and she recorded this fourth collection of songs in places renowned for their acoustics. Voices were still central in this venture, trailed by the single L’Étourderie, and she scooped a further Victoire de la Musique for song of the year with Allez allez allez. Camille then went on a tour that included her first-ever dates at legendary Paris venue L’Olympia. Her second child kept the singer away from the stage for a while, before she recorded her fifth album, Ouï, in an abbey in Villeneuve-lès-Avignon. The location, chosen for its acoustics, yielded a further ambitious collection of songs blending tradition and modernity.