Introducing Camille

Camille comes from south of France, having her roots between Aix-en-Provence and the Southern Alps.

At the age of 7, she starts the piano and discovers at the same time the limitless power of music. Passionate about everything related to music, she joins special music classes in high school: the infinity of repertoires, of composers, the complexity of music history seems just fascinating to her.

Graduated with a master in musicology and a degree in sound design / music composition for the image, Camille starts her career as a music teacher in college, then works at different local radio stations, where she’s impressed by the amazing variety of independent artists, and by the creativity of that community, looking for more exposure, under the radar of the unreachable majors.

Starting from 2009, she collaborates with the directors Céline Gailleurd and Olivier Bohler who entrust her with the composition of the soundtrack for their films. From 2014 to 2016, she travels the roads of Provence and Southern Alps with her friend, poet and singer James Fontaine with whom she forms the duo l’Aller vers.

In 2017, she joins the production team of a famous classical label and meets plenty of artists and conductors.  Surrounded by virtuosos, it’s not easy to feel legitimate as a musician… But she loves working for them, and that experience is priceless, continuing to enrich her influences and knowledge.

Suffering from chronic pain in her arms and hands, she realizes that her technical skills unfortunately have their limits. She doesn’t give up and turns to computer music. Her compositions combine naive contemporary piano pieces with electronic sound creations, with Trip-hop, atmospheric and experimental influences. From Classical to Psytrance, from traditional World music to IDM and downtempo, Camille loves music in all its forms, all genres: if the emotion rises, music is good, that’s all!

She meets Bartek in 2020. He convinces her to go back to music and to collaborate. ThunderFuzz is born.


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