Camille Moten

Camille Moten is originally from Somerset, New Jersey. Camille graduated with a BFA in dance from Temple University where she was awarded the Rose Vernick’s Most Promising Performer scholarship upon graduation. Camille has completed programs with Broadway Dance Center’s Professional Semester program and PHILADANCO! Instruction and Training program, where she had the opportunity to train and perform works by Kim Bears-Bailey, Milton Myers, Pat Thomas, Christopher Huggins, Jim Cooney, Ashlé Dawson, Shelia Barker and more. Camille has had the pleasure of working with Laurie M. Taylor/Soul Movement, Latin Fusion Dance Project, Introspective Movement Project, and Roger Lee Dance. Camille is currently a first year MFA in dance candidate and a part-time faculty instructor at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She continues to perform, choreograph and teach throughout the tristate as a freelance dance artist.