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Hi I'm Camille

I am a dancer. I love the body. The body is a magnificent tool created by God. It is capable of great things. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a wonderful typical LDS family in Utah. I'm a Utah girl all the way. Grown up, Raised, BYU graduate, and will probably end up there too. I however have recently enjoyed living abroad now with my Utah husband and son, and seeing the brilliance of what the rest of the world has to offer. There are so many unique and special people out in the world. The Lord has blessed us with physical bodies. Amazing physical bodies. As a dancer I enjoy discovering how my body can express my feelings and thoughts to others. Instead of using words to describe something I feel like it is more natural for me to show you through movement. Movement is all around us. While traveling to different places in the world, I have found it difficult to express myself through the different verbal languages, as I only know English. Body movement can express so many emotions and be that connection between cultures that verbal language cannot. Dance has helped me discover who I am as a person. Helped me learn about relationships, patience, creativity, self-confidence, how to be a mom, and most about how amazing the tool God gave us really is!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon, because I truly believe that this is the restored gospel of Jesus Christ on this earth at this time. Growing up in a prominent Mormon community, I didn't feel the need to gain my own testimony. There were so many righteous people around me already that I didn't have to know for myself right then. I was able to rely on the testimonies of others and follow them. As you can guess, that tactic didn't always bring the self satisfaction that I needed as a teenager. I have always known that the teachings in the Gospel are good teachings. I can even recount circumstances of where I felt the spirit of the Holy Ghost in my life while growing up. It wasn't until I started to ask questions about what the Gospel of Jesus Christ meant for me and my life, that I gained the testimony that has changed and strengthened me forever. Knowing that I have my own testimony of the restored Gospel reassures me now that I can raise my son and future children with confidence and love. I can teach them what I feel to be right because I know it is right. Not because that is what my parents said. I hope that my children can rely on the strength of my testimony for a time, but then learn to ask those same questions, which in turn will provide them with the right answers. Those answers are, that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ are real. They love us. The principles and teachings taught today by authorized priesthood leaders are true. The temple is a sacred house of God, filled with bountiful blessings and promises. Someday I can live with my family for eternity and become just as God is if I continue to live righteously. Joseph Smith was a true prophet. Just as Noah, Abraham, or Moses were true restoring prophets. This gospel brings reassurance, and happiness into the lives of people. If you let it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through sharing the positive, enlightened messages through my dancing. I try to express the joy in my life through the movement that I create and share with others. When ever I put a piece of work on the stage, or on film I try to provide a thought provoking or sincere approach to what I am sharing. I ask, "How is someone going to feel after viewing this piece of work?" I try to surround myself with uplifting art, entertainment, and people. Therefore, in turn, I try to be an uplifting and positive person around the people I associate with. I also live my faith by taking that positive approach into my home and church responsibilities. Having a positive attitude can be the best form of entertainment for a weary, bored soul.