Camille started as a production intern, working with TEECOM’s BIM/CAD manager to develop standards and training programs for interns and new hires. Well-versed in CAD/Revit and now a full-time Designer, she works closely with our engineers to help achieve the client’s vision. The best parts of the job for Camille are going to project sites and seeing drawings come to life, troubleshooting when issues arise, and finding solutions.
Music and performing arts have always resonated with Camille. She played contrabass in jazz band and orchestras throughout her schooling, and now appreciates performances on a smaller, more intimate scale. At local open mic nights, jazz cafes, and dive bars, she sits back to relish the crafted combination of spoken word and instrumentation.
James the Husky
Camille has a 60-pound pup named James. To keep with up with this hyper-energetic husky, Camille heads to the trails and parks of Northern California. James isn’t even two yet, and, they have already taken on numerous hiking adventures, husky meet-ups, and dog sledding.
Sensei and Sensibility
Camille’s childhood consisted of two things: music and martial arts. At a young age in the Philippines, she practiced Arnis and Kajukenbo, which taught her self-discipline, character, competitiveness, and how to honor authority. She has continued her training along with Judo and says the feeling of overcoming struggle and earning respect are worth the pain and competitive nature.