A multi-faceted artist from Chicago, currently living in Atlanta, continues in her quest to create the 'flyest interpretations' of life. Camil is currently touring her newest exhibit, After The Sun: Exhibit and Performance, which debuted in August 2015 in Atlanta, GA. The show includes a 35 piece visual art display and live performance of soul, hip hop and poetry. After The Sun is of AfroFuturistic proportions and explores the bio-mechanical possibilities of trans-humanism. She has performed and presented art workshops at a host of conferences, high schools, and universities-locally and abroad, as part of the women-centered activist-performance duo, Aquaman. Using Hip Hop Feminism as a tool for creating awareness and dialogue on issues that marginalize and affect women of color, the duo co-authored several choreopoems, including Love, Does Not Hurt and Aqua Beats and Moon Verses Vol. I. Camil is co-author of Aqua Beats and Moon Verses Vol. I and released her debut, Butta to Fly: a collection of poetry, art, and music (2007). Her artworks have been featured in the Ascend: Live Art and Jazz Showcase and the Humboldt Park Art Exhibit in Chicago. She’s appeared in several short and full-length films, including The Lies We Tell and Secrets We Keep and the hit web series, Between Women. She also writes and produces music for commercials, films and stage productions.