Your Broken Heart into Art

No one is immune to life’s trials and difficulties. The Lord equips us with tools and special people in our lives to help cope with the bumps, twists and turns in each of our personalized journeys. “Life is like a piano, the white keys represent happiness and the black keys show sadness. But as you go through life’s journey, remember that the black keys also create music.” Through personal stories, music and applicable, real-life examples, this workshop illustrates how the Lord takes the broken pieces of our lives and turns them into something beautiful.

Camille Nelson

Camille Nelson is a multi-instrumentalist and has been in the music industry for over 9 years, releasing her debut album, First Words with Dimmi Records in 2009. She signed with Stone Angel Music in 2017 and released her second studio album, Lead Me Home in August 2017, which debuted at number 8 on the Classical-Crossover and number 11 on the Classical Billboard charts.

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Camille is the youngest of six musically inclined siblings. Her father was a violist and her mother was an opera singer. She lived in Nashville as a touring singer/songwriter while collaborating with several incredible artists, including David Archuleta; she co-wrote the song, “Spotlight Down” off his newest album.

In addition to family, Camille draws musical and creative inspiration from her travels abroad. She’s visited more than 70 countries, has run marathons on all seven continents and speaks German and Italian. Drawing from a deep respect for and admiration of diverse global cultures, she integrates a uniquely multicultural perspective into songwriting following years living in South Africa, Germany, Switzerland and Italy. She has a Bachelors Degree in Communication and a Masters degree in Public Administration from the University of Utah, a Masters of Second Language Teaching from Utah State University and a Ph.D in Leadership Studies from Gonzaga University.

When she isn’t working as a full-time professor teaching graduate courses in business and leadership, she spends all the time she can with her adorable 25 nieces and nephews.