Dancer, Choreographer, Teaching Artist


“My dances aim to recover a need for beauty while expanding our sense of empathy, responsibility and
environmental awareness”

Camille is a North American choreographer-dancer based in Madrid, Spain (since 2003) who has worked extensively at the forefront of contemporary dance; producing a steady stream of work acclaimed for its ecological and social commitment.

Her work has been performed throughout Spain, as well as in Italy, France, Israel, Mexico, Rwanda, and The U.S.A., and has won multiple awards and grants. She has been supported by leading cultural and environmental organizations such as, The Madrid City Council, Centro Coreografico Canal, Matadero Madrid, Conde Duque, and other institutions for representations abroad such as, The Bogliasco Foundation, Planet Earth Arts Foundation, Greenpeace, Advanced Leadership Foundation, DMG Foundation, UNESCO, and Scholas Occurrentes.

Hanson combines her creations with teaching and mentoring internationally. Camille carried out a three year graduate study at U.C.L.A., Los Angeles, CA. (2003), and received her BA at St. Olaf College, Minnesota (1991).


UN Climate Summit COP25 Madrid

8th International Marine Mammal Conference, Paris

Ubumuntu Arts Festival, Rwanda

Lincoln Center, N.Y.C.

3rd Congress of the Advancement for Peace, Jerusalem

SPAIN NOW! Festival, London

STARLITE Festival, Marbella

Stanford University, California

TEA Museum, Tenerife, Canary Islands

IETM International Network for Performing Arts, Valencia

Teatro Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico

Teatro Real, Madrid

Works (2022-2007)

Some of her stage creations include: Make Me Wild (2022), Sea. Earth. Sky. (2021), We Dance For Earth (2020), We Earth (2018), The Sacrifice of Giants (2016), Habla.De.La.Tierra. (2015), Dust and Water (2013), Sensitive to Noise (2010), In Without Knocking (2009), Body Scores for Sound (2008), and Monster Mash (2007), among others.

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