Camille Moten, a New Jersey native, is a freelance performer, choreographer and educator who is passionate about the promotion of dance arts as a form of citizenship and inclusion. She received her BFA in Dance Performance from Temple University while training with the PHILADANCO! Apprentice Company, D/2. As a freelance performer, Camille has had the pleasure of working with Kim Bears-Bailey, Laurie M. Taylor, Ashlé Dawson, Laura Peterson, Kavin Grant, and Sonia James Pennington, among others. Camille also served as the Assistant Choreographer to André DeShields on the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) and Crossroads Theater Company’s production of Ain’t Misbehavin’ (2018), and as the Vice Chairman of the Junior Committee Board of Dance/ NYC. Her work was most recently commissioned by CoLab Arts: Motion New Dance Works, and she continues to self-produce throughout the tristate area as freelance choreographer. Camille is currently a teaching artist at Rutgers University and Temple University. In May of 2019, Camille received her Master's of Fine Arts in Dance from Rutgers University. Her thesis presentation, Ella’s Trip (c), a new original Broadway-style dance play that explores the aesthetic and energy of the emerging black performance art of The 2020's: a New Harlem Renaissance.