Kamma was educated at the Royal Art Academy in 1914 and was a pupil of Rostrup-Bøyesen, Kraesten Iversen and Utzon-Frank. She later became a pupil of Vilhelm. Lundstrøm and traveled to Paris in 1938 to study with Jean Puy. Kamma later married the artist Alex Salto, and together they travelled and visited many of the periods famous painters like the Skagen painters, Anna and Michael Ancher, and the modernists Edvard Weie, Jens Adolf Jerichau and Alexander Archipenko. Kammas paintings are known for their powerful bright colours and their beautiful expressive qualities.
Kamma experimented a lot with lights and shades and travelled all around Europe to work with the different lights in different landscapes. Kamma travelled to southern France in 1916, to Florence, Rome, Naples and Pompeii in Italy from 1920 to 1922, to Spain in 1931, and to Malaysia from 1952 to 1953
The Artists Fall Exhibition: 1913-1967
Modern art museum, Aarhus: 1918
Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris : 1958
Rønne Museum of Fine Art: 1965
The Aurora Group: 1969-1981
Aarhus Museum of Fine Art: 1988