Camille Werther is a writer, artist, editor, photographer, and communicator interested in the history of horticulture, nature, and people's interactions with plants. She has a Master of Science degree in horticulture, and experience with public speaking, writing (for newspapers, magazines, and professional journals), and editing. In addition, she teaches botanical art and shows botanical and scientific illustrations and book art in group and solo shows.
She has worked as an Extension county horticulture agent, garden columnist, landscape designer and contractor, retail horticulturist, outdoor learning educator, and high school science teacher. Later, she added botanical and science illustrator, and art educator to the list. She was the Production Editor for the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators' Journal of Natural Science Illustration for five years.
She started her company, Camille Werther Consulting, LLC, in Sarpy County, Nebraska, to bring the benefits and joy of working with plants and flowers to as many people as possible.
She is a member of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators and GardenComm (Garden Communicators International).
When not in the garden, she enjoys playing music on the mountain dulcimer and Irish harp, reading and writing mysteries and science fiction, and cooking the New Orleans cuisine of her childhood.