Camille Lawrence’s work as an Archivist is centered around bringing marginalized histories to the forefront of archives and education. She is most interested in exploring and archiving identity formation throughout the African diaspora and culture through these three foundational principles: Oral, Physical and Ritual. Lawrence's background in arts education and art history informs her approach to archival work. Camille is the Founder and Principal Archivist of Black Beauty Archives and started her archival career at BAM. She holds her Bachelor of Arts (BA) focused on Art History, Global Black Studies Minor from Purchase College (SUNY) and is completing her MLIS from Queens College (CUNY).