Camilla was the winner of the Linbury Prize for Stage Design in 2015. Other Awards include the Lord Williams Prize for Design and The Prince of Wales Design Scholarship.
Designs include: La bohème (ENO: Drive & Live), The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil (Co-Designed with Chloe Lamford for The New Zealand Festival Theatre); There Are No Beginnings (Leeds Playhouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (National Youth Theatre); Europe, You Got Older (LAMDA); Inside Bitch, Bad Roads, B and Human Animals (Royal Court); A Small Place (Gate Theatre); Beginners (Unicorn Theatre); Elephant (Birmingham Rep); Out of Water (Orange Tree Theatre); The Tide Whisperer (National Theatre Wales); Highway One (August 012 & Wales Millennium Centre); Frogman (Curious Directive, Traverse Theatre); Paul Bunyan, The Day After, Trial by Jury (English National Opera). Other designs include: No Place for a Woman (Theatre 503); Yuri (Chapter, Cardiff)
Upcoming: La traviata (Nevill Holt Opera); Mr Burns and Gone Too Far (Guildhall); Yolk and Aliens (Co-Created with Jane Horrocks, Molly Vivian and Francesca Levi (for Brighton Festival).
Camilla trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, graduating with a first class BA Hons degree in Theatre Design.