What is Camp Adulthood?

Camp Adulthood is the Millennial art of living like a trash bag while still managing to pay for your own s**t and being interesting AF. Camp Adulthood is doing very big and scary things, like having a baby or buying a house or taking care of an ailing parent or starting a business, while still not being sure where your checkbook is (or even how to write a check). Camp Adulthood is Tinder and Facebook and Instagram, but also Encyclopedia Britannica and Oregon Trail and John Hughes movies. But most importantly, Camp Adulthood looks critically at a divided generation in a time of endless opportunity and terrifying unrest. 


Shea Keats - Proprieter and Founder of Camp Adulthood

Shea Keats (b. 1984) is a quintessential ancient Millennial. She actively refuses to Twitter anything for anyone, but gets more joy than normal out of Bitmojis (are those still a thing?) and has more masters degrees than necessary. When she is not waxing nostalgic about her 80s childhood and 90s adolescence in the Pennsylvania woods on Camp Adulthood, she spends her time having existential career crises while sitting at her very expensive WeWork desk. She currently lives in Portland, OR with her very good dog, Detective Olivia Benson. 


Madeline Jerge - The Resident Youth

Maddie Jerge (b. 1994) is a "regular" Millennial and graduated NYU with a very practical major in business and less practical minor in history. She currently works as an accounting analyst at a meal kit delivery company in New York City. When she is not living the office plankton lifestyle, she enjoys watching The Bachelor, internet stalking John Mayer, and going to her favorite bar on the Lower East Side.


Jennie Mayfield - Producer Extraordinaire

Jennie Mayfield (b. 1993) looks like a fairy tale princess, but is a street savvy Millennial living her best life in the Big Apple and across the pond in gay Paris (PAH-ree, duh). She is a talented voice actor, performer, and radio producer with a degree from the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts. When she is not attempting the impossible task of teaching Shea and Maddie how to talk at a normal volume on the mics, she can be found reading a book or straight chillin' with some of the coolest 8 year olds in the world.