Mona Camille is a multidisciplinary designer for theatre, film and dance with a background in architecture. 
Mona's credits as an associate include A View From The Bridge (Headlong Theatre) at the Octagon Bolton, Chichester Festival Theatre and Rose Theatre, Henry V at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Worth (New Earth Theatre) at the Arcola Theatre and Storyhouse Theatre, and Raya at the Hampstead Theatre.
Mona's recent designs include Kim’s Convenience at the Park Theater, Milk & Gall at Theatre503, Camaleonte (Short film) by Studio Goodluck Productions, Harmony. 天人合一 at the Blue Elephant Theatre, The Tree of Objects at Jacksons Lane Theatre.
Mona Camille is also a multidisciplinary artist with artworks exhibited at the Seychelles Biennale of Contemporary Art 2022 and the Seychelles National Museum for the 2022 Festival Kreol.

Mona also teaches part-time on the Spatial Performance & Design MA/MFA programme at the AA School of Architecture in London and on the Interior & Spatial Design BA course at Buckinghamshire New University in High Wycombe.