Growing up in a musical, performance oriented family, Camiah has spent much of her life in entertainment. After studying dance at Brigham Young University for a few years, she relocated to Georgia in 1996. Camiah has been teaching music in the Atlanta area for over 22 years.
She has directed small orchestras, children’s choirs, church choirs, created holiday performances, and teaches private voice lessons as well. Camiah is a certified instructor for Vocology in Practice (ViP) and International Voice Teachers of Mix (IVTOM). She is also a Mentor Teacher for both ViP and IVTOM, training and assisting other great voice teacher she to reach their full potential.
As a voting member of Pan American Vocology Association, Camiah enjoys learning about cutting edge research, science and health standards from today’s leading vocal scientists and doctors. She has helped many singers recover from vocal injury and surgery and assisted them as they re-enter their professional careers. Camiah has served as the Director of Musical Theatre for the VocalizeU Artist Intensive and Teacher Training in L.A., where she worked with the top professionals of the music industry and stunningly talented new artists. She also teaches voice for The Aurora Theater in Lawrenceville Georgia. Currently she teaches at Performer’s Warehouse, a local performing arts school dedicated to preparing students for college auditions. Camiah is proud to have published multiple articles for ViP, IVTOM, The Nakedness Vocalist and iSing Magazine. Camiah has professional clients on Broadway, national tours and regional theaters.
Her clients have been accepted to musical theater programs at prestigious universities such as Boston Conservatory, CCM, CMU, Webster, Syracuse, Texas State, Oklahoma University, BYU and Wright State. In addition to her love of music, Camiah enjoys time on stage where she recently played the female lead, “Connie Lou” in the southern tour of The Forgotten Carols in 2013 and 2015.