A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, Camille Sutton received her B.F.A. in Dance Performance and Minor in English from Southern Methodist University at the esteemed Meadows School of the Arts, with academic honors. She’s taught at various studios in Houston, TX and Dallas, TX including Park Cities Dance Studios.

Sutton most recently served as Summer Intensive Facilitator, contemporary dance instructor, and lecturer at Zion Dance Project Summer Series 2019.

She specializes in ballet, contemporary, jazz, and world movement techniques. Sacred dance practice grounds her teaching with high value for the personal development and nurturing of the trained dancer and non-trained dancer alike.

Class Offerings: Graham, Horton, Limón, Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary, Improv, Movement Meditation, and Biblical Sacred Dance

Above all, my purpose in dance education remains to activate Spirit and Truth in the dance artist.
— Camille Sutton

Scripture Embodiment

Sutton prompts students at Zion Dance Project with movement directives and freedom to interpret and embody scripture in their own bodies. Music by Streetlights Bible.


A Dancer’s Story

There’s purpose behind the movement. Hear Camille’s dance journey from seeking affirmation and approval to discovering personal freedom and value in dance.