About

Born and raised in Hamilton Ontario, Camille Intson is an Esto-Canadian award-winning multidisciplinary artist, writer, scholar-in-training, and postgraduate student at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England. She can be found everywhere on the internet at @camilleintson, or at camilleintson.com.

Select recent credits include the multi award-winning We All Got Lost (Pink Pantheon Projects), The Instagram Plays (“Farewell Estonia”, “Hello Internet Audience”, and “Patchface”) (Pantheon), the installation Objects: London, Portrait of a City (TAP Centre for Creativity), the OAC-funded Patchface, the musical albums renegade (acoustic) (self prod.) and Sharp Teeth (Smokey’s Sound), The Last 48, The Stock, and Adrik’s Story: Scenes from Chechnya, Russia (ArtLaunch Theatre Company), Road (The Grand Theatre London, Newmarket National Play Festival 2017 National Playwriting Competition Winner, About Love Festival), Marty and Joel and the Edge of Chaos (Tinkerspace Play Labs, Alumnae Theatre), and Antigone (Anouilh/Galantiere) (The ARTS Project), two semesters in residence as Student-Writer-in-Residence at Western University, and eight months in residence in Studio 2D at the TAP Centre. She is a graduate of the English Language and Literature and Theatre Studies program at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada.

We All Got Lost – Hamilton (CA)’s Best of Fringe / New Play Contest / Best of Venue 2019 Winner. (Pictured L to R) Emily Meadows and Jessica Pellicciotta

Camille’s work as a playwright has been developed and produced across Canada in both amateur and professional capacities. For the last three years, she has worked to create experimental multimedia-heavy theatre and performance work mandated to challenge human agency in the age of machines, most notably as artistic director of award-winning sister collectives ArtLaunch Theatre Company and Pink Pantheon Projects. ​​

Camille’s academic and creative interests include: practice as research, posthumanism, queer and cross-temporalities, feminist and LBGTQIA theatre and performance, political art and protest, and environmental art and activism.​

When not making or engaging with creative work, Camille enjoys chasing rivers, eating salmon teriyaki, bathing in sunlight, and hyper-competitively watching Jeopardy. She does not enjoy writing personal artist bios.​