Camilla Morrison

Assistant Professor, Costume Design


Office: 236 Walker Hall
Phone: 540-831-5755
Fax: 540-831-6313




Camilla Morrison (she/her/hers) is a Costume Designer, Draper, Artist, and Teacher. Currently, Camilla is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Radford University. She earned her MFA in Costume Design and Technology at Louisiana State University and her BA in Theatre from Salisbury University in Maryland. Camilla was a 2020-2021 North Dakota Council on the Arts Individual Artist Fellow from which she created her devised work “Of the Earth: Stories of Women in North Dakota” by interviewing women from North Dakota and creating costumes based on their collective experiences surrounding aging, motherhood, relationships, and being a woman in North Dakota. Camilla was named an Emerging Artist in the 2019 USITT Exhibited Artists in the Prague Quadrennial, where her devised work, Nightmares Are Dreams, Too, was exhibited. Companies with which Camilla has worked include Empire Theatre Company, Theatre B, Black Hills Playhouse, Texas Shakespeare Festival, Serenbe Playhouse, and Hangar Theatre. Previously, Camilla worked in the Washington D.C. area as a freelance Costume Designer, Stage Manager, Teaching Artist, and Arts Administrator.  Camilla is the recipient of the Joanne Grant Scholarship for Excellence in Theatre from Salisbury University and the Board of Regents Fellowship from Louisiana State University.

Professor Morrison's CV is available here.