Caroline is a London-based photographer and artist. She graduated with an MA in Photography from LCC and a BA in English Literature from QMC, University of London.
Caroline is driven by research-led self-initiated projects that combine her interest in photography and words - the stories we tell and the ones we leave behind. She is fascinated by the tiny details that reveal a person's relationship with the world; the small yet huge narratives of the everyday.
Her most recent project The Mothers I Might Have Had is a response to the discovery of a box of 35mm slides shot by her late father in the 1960s and was exhibited at FORMAT19, Format International Photography Festival, 2019.
Caroline has taught photography at LCC for the last three years and worked as a freelance commercial photographer for fifteen years. She has specialised in publicity stills for media clients including YouTube, Spotify, Mumsnet, Marie Claire, BAFTA, National Film Board of Canada (NFB), Fox Searchlight (He Named Me Malala), Edinburgh International TV Festival, Pulse Films, Film4 and XFM.