Camille Sherman

Camille began competitive dance at the age of nine and continued to excel as a member of the varsity dance team. After high school, Camille joined a competitive college club team, took courses in modern dance, and became a dance instructor. During her sophomore year of college at the University of Minnesota, where she graduated with a degree in Child Psychology and Public Health, Camille auditioned for the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves Dancers. Camille danced for the Timberwolves Dancers for five seasons. She traveled around the globe doing NBA promotional events, performed with big musical artists, and in 2016 was voted Captain of the team and represented the Timberwolves at the NBA All Star Games in Toronto. Through working with the Timberwolves, Camille had the opportunity to choreograph numerous on-court routines and learned from some of the best choreographers and coaches in the dance industry. She continues to spread her love for dance as an instructor and choreographer, specializing in the styles of jazz, jazz funk, tap, and lyrical.