Camille Warmington is a painter whose work reflects on artifacts and their connection to memory, place, and presence. She studied at the Glassell School of Art at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston in addition to holding a Bachelor of Interior Architecture from Kansas State University. She worked for design firms in New York, Dallas, and Houston. Her paintings have appeared in national, regional, and local juried exhibitions, been featured in New American Paintings, and received a Hunting Prize nomination. A mother of three, Warmington was born in Massachusetts, raised in Dallas, and lives and works in Houston, Texas.