Camille Bagnani

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Multi-media creator

Hello! My name is Camille.


Brace yourselves:

I am a dreamer.

The best way to explain this is through my work ethic. It is important to me to take action on big ideas because I believe that achieving dreams begins with taking the initiative


I am excited to find a job position that will allow me to get my hands on creative projects that will help me improve my skills in video production, motion graphics, photography, and content marketing.

At a young age, my sister and I started documenting our backyard adventures with a camcorder. Soon after that, we filmed cooking episodes with my best friend. The rest is history. I've been working on creative projects since!


I have been able to apply my creativity to my current work and look forward to continuing to enhance my skills in the workplace upon graduating from the University of Utah in May 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and a minor in Documentary Studies.


Get to know me!


Q: What am I currently up to?

A: I am working on my capstone project for my Documentary Studies minor at the University of Utah. It is a documentary short on a niche tattoo shop trying to make a name for themselves in the established tattoo community. It's been fun to explore the natural progression of an art form and how it deviates as it becomes more popular. 

Q: What's a movie I could watch on repeat?

A: Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.

Q: As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A: Everyone knew I wanted to be a chef on Food Network! I think my love for video began with my admiration for Food Network and cooking TV shows and personalities. It's just a hobby now, but people still associate cooking with my identity!


Q: What's one of the craziest things you've done? 

A: I will never forget the first time I crowd surfed. It was the final year of Vans Warped Tour. My favorite band, Movements, was performing their last song. My heart was racing and in the moment I took a chance and it was magical.