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 literature, performance, the family archive and photography. She is fascinated by the tiny details that reveal a person's relationship with the world; the small yet huge stories of the everyday. The couple who suddenly had to abandon their family home of 50 years, leaving behind a trail of personal effects - Lordship Park N16; the carefully preserved dresses marking a life - Karin; or the collection of moths and butterflies captured by a wide-eyed 19 year old during the last days of Empire in Nigeria - The Moths .
Current projects include The Mothers I Might Have Had where she takes on the role of curator, pairing 35mm slides shot by her late father with her own writing. (Deptford X 2017, Salon 16, Photofusion). The Posh Club is an ongoing project in collaboration with queer performance collective Duckie, where senior citizens glam up for an afternoon of outrageous cabaret in a blacked out church in Hackney.
Caroline has worked as a lecturer at LCC for the last three years and a freelance commercial photographer for fifteen years, specialising 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.