An alumna of North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina Charlotte, Camille E. Jackson studied Architecture and Environmental Design. Throughout her education, Camille enjoyed creating masterplans, seeing the big picture, and investigating all of the possibilities that could be implemented into a site.
“I wanted to study architecture because I have always been intrigued by the idea of drawing a simple sketch and seeing it come to life,” she says of her design process. “The process of paper to model to real-life building is so exciting and the real challenge is closing the gap between each phase.”
Camille’s career began in Charlotte, North Carolina, focusing on historic preservation, transportation, and higher education architecture, before she moved to Houston to join another firm. There she specialized in industrial buildings and masterplanning as well as build-to-suit projects. As she worked more on the latter, Camille realized how much she appreciated getting to know the clients as she collaborated with them from beginning to end on both the interior and exterior of a project. Camille found that connecting with her clients allowed her to better design for them and present them with ideas they truly love.
Camille is an Associate member of the American Institute of Architects, a member of the National Organization of Minority Architects, and currently pursuing her licensure.