born and raised on the outskirts of tkaronto, canada, alternative folk singer/songwriter and travelling troubadour camie enchants audiences with her intimate queer-feminist croonings and delicate vocal tones.
now an award-winning poetess and storyteller, camie was raised as a classical harpist in the early years of her life, during which time she developed an affinity for the performing and literary arts. her teenage years were spent playing hours of original music in bars and coffee shops, and on hometown stages in hamilton, ontario, which eventually won her a breakout hamilton music award. out of these early years of songwriting came two self-produced EPs, songs from worlds past and renegade (acoustic), and a bedroom LP that she created with london-ont-based producer, john petingalo, entitled sharp teeth.
after many years of gigging across southwestern ontario and parts of the united kingdom, the now-24 year old camie is eager to break out into the greater canadian folk scene with the release of her new record, troubadour. drawing inspiration from reflections on travel and nomadism, urban cityscapes, the natural world, and intimate moments of connection, camie's original music seeks to challenge us, guide us through passages of introspection, and illuminate a fragile part of our living spirit.