Princess Camille Enore
Princess Camille Enore is a self-taught artist from Alaminos, Laguna. She used to compete in painting competitions from the time she was in pre-school until she graduated from high school. The regional poster making contest, sponsored by the Association of Water Districts, was the highest competition she’s ever entered and she won second place. She also competed in the 2008 Anilag festival poster contest, winning third place. Since then, Princess wanted to be an architect. However, because of being underprivileged, she chose Electronics Engineering as her major in college because art-related courses were not on the DOST scholarship list.
Because of her other responsibilities, her passion for the arts has been put on hold. But, after more than a decade, she is finally ready to return to her first love. During the early stages of the pandemic last year, with nothing but stocked art materials at home during quarantine, Princess painted her heart out. By that time, she realized that art was really where her heart belongs. Recently, she entered the National Kidney and Transplant Institute Painting Contest. The contest gave her the opportunity to experience the thrill of being in an art competition.
Princess is still working in an electronics company, so she can only devote her spare time, particularly weekends, to honing this God-given talent and learning more about art. Her current goal is to use her art to touch people's hearts and to make a name for herself in the art industry.