Camille Harris is a musician, comedian, playwright, and composer born in Boulder, Colorado and based in Brooklyn. Camille has been a performer with the Brooklyn Public Library’s “Stomp Clap and Sing” program for five years and has enjoyed three residencies at the Park Slope Library.
Her recent critically acclaimed children's album, Baby on the Subway, won both the Parents' Choice Awards and the Tillywig Toy Awards and its title track was featured in IFC/College Humor's Comedy Music Hall of Fame.
Her compositions have been featured on projects and commercials for clients such as Nickelodeon, Adobe, Merrill Lynch, and more. She has performed at The Whitney Museum, The Dramatists Guild Foundation, The New Dramatists and The Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU. Her musical Muffin Man is published by and available for licensing by Samuel French Inc. and has been performed around the country.
A "silly jazz" singer and pianist, Camille has released four albums: Where I Go, Silly Jazz, Beneath the Moon, and Baby on the Subway (available on all streaming services).