Caroline started her photographic career as a fashion and beauty photographer working for many top glossy magazines and advertising agencies in both London and Paris.
She then began a new life with her family on a farm in rural Suffolk, where she photographed what was around her; the beach, the countryside and her three children. During this time she created many series of black and white photographs, which she would process and print herself. These images were published worldwide as cards and prints by Portfolio “Children on the Beach” and “Country Children” by Athena International.
After a spell in London, where she worked as an interiors and lifestyle photographer, she has recently moved to the South Coast of England, where she still works for magazines and book publishers, as well as having more time now to do her own work. This includes photographing flowers and gardens and still life. She has recently been co author on a book about Virginia Woolf's Garden at Rodmell in East Sussex. Throughout her varied career her one consistent theme has been her love and use of daylight; where at all possible she will shoot with available light.
“Photography is all about light and the way you use it. Instead of working in a studio and aiming lights at a subject, I will place the subject in the best place for the existing light. With daylight you always have surprises, like suddenly a shaft of sunlight will appear through a window that wasn’t there before, which can add magic to a picture. My favourite light is the half light when the sun has gone down just before dark. You have to be really quick as you have about ten minutes to capture your subject.”