Focusing on connecting the fashion, design, interiors, and entertainment industries, Camille's unique way of personalizing her guests' individual stories has touched audiences around the world.
Aligning herself with her celebrity clients she offers brand collaborations and partnerships, while also being a frequent guest on national television and radio shows, where she shares her own brand of relating to her audience in a brilliantly warm and wonderful way.
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"...A Goddess is person who is inspired to give to those around them because of their sense of gratitude and abundance.” I’m going to be joined with our guest Camille Kauer. She is host and CEO of The E-Spot with Camille. Welcome, Camille, to the show.
Camille: I am grateful to be here with you, Karen. Thanks for inviting me.
Thank you. I’m excited to have this one-on-one. It’s going to be fun. You are incredible in your shows. I was watching your shows. You’ve got such a nice rapport and you’re so pretty in pink.
Camille: Thank you. It’s become a thing. I feel like I have to wear as much pink as possible. I can get away with it.
You were an actress and model first. How did you get into the podcast world?
Camille: About a few years ago, I got empowered by the idea that men a lot of times will apply for jobs that they’re not 100% fully qualified for or overly qualified for. Women, especially maybe even with Black women, were always taught that we have to be twice as good to get the same job. I always felt like I would read these different job descriptions and if I felt slightly short of them, I felt like I couldn’t apply for it. I started applying for jobs I always wanted. One of those was being a talk show host. I had tried out as a teenager for MTV VJ. I was like, “Another chance.” With the internet, you can look up whatever and the world is at your fingertips.
I was like, “Why not? Let’s see what options there are.” It was a remote option. I did that first. I worked with two other women and it was a lot of fun. We would chat about different issues that were going on. It’s predominantly black women's issues, but we would still talk about politics and different things that were going on in the world. I loved it. Since 2008, when my daughter was born, I’ve been working mainly at entertainment. It was freelance in that sense like maybe I’d work every month and then maybe I wouldn’t work for a couple of months. It would be a couple of days here and there. I was pretty much a stay-at-home mom. With the idea of having a purpose and reason to know what was going on outside of the PTA and the different volunteer groups I was involved in, I felt like I had more control over my career again.
I didn’t have to wait for my agent or wait for production to film in North Carolina because that was the other part of it too. During that time, we had HB2 law pass, which was the “bathroom bill.” A lot of different productions that we’re filming here left. Even Marvel left because they were filming Iron Man 3. That was the last film they filmed here and they moved to Georgia, and you know what happened then. I’ve loved it. When I started with that podcast, I loved it. Every time another opportunity came up, I had to take it. When the pandemic hit, I was working at a radio station doing the E-Spot there once a week and had won an award for it, which I was excited about. Two weeks after the party for the award, the pandemic hit. It’s like, “Let’s find another way to do this.” Since I had worked before with the same platform I use now, I did it from home. I relearned it because it had been a few years since I’d used that platform, and 115 shows from home.