Biography.

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After graduating with a degree in Social Anthropology from Manchester University in 2000, Camilla spent five years working for independent television companies in Bristol and London. She began her career at Films@59, a post-production house in Bristol specialising in wildlife programmes, and a leading edit house for the BBC.

Camilla then moved to London where she worked for Talkback Thames, Tigeraspect, Uden Associates, Maverick TV and the BBC. At Talkback Thames and Tigeraspect, she worked on lifestyle and feature programmes, including 'House Doctor' (Channel 5), 'Britain's Best Homes' (BBC) and 'Houses for Auction' (Channel 4).

In 2003, Camilla moved over to factual documentaries working for Uden Associates on 'The Gun' (Discovery), Endemol on a series for 'Animal Park' (BBC), and the BBC for a series of 'Super Vets'.

In late 2005, she moved to Kenya and began life as a freelance film-maker producing, directing and editing her own films. She soon began work as a video journalist for Associated Press and continues to make short feature films for the agency today.

Camilla has worked on various documentaries for a variety of broadcasters and organisations both locally in Kenya and across the continent. These include UNICEF, UNHCR, IRIN, Oxfam, Channel 4, the BBC and Reuters.

Camilla is currently working on a documentary about the Dahalo cattle rustlers of Madagascar.