Caroline is fascinated by the human experience and intricacies of nature & urban environments. Her practise focuses on inclusion, well-being sustainability, healthy economy and community cohesion and she consults on this.  

She has personal experience of the power of neurodivergence & hidden disability.  

 An anthropological & social outlook brings focus to where the ancient meets modernity & the digital world.  

She produced, composed & directed “Life is a Stage” for Prototype festival at the Tobacco Factory examining hybrid events & potential use of VR.  She co-founded SisterWorks educational training days looking at gender inclusion in the music industry. 

 As a board member for Bristol City Council “Bristol Nights ” she focused on health, gender equality & disability access.  

In April 2022 Caroline was the recipient of Sound and Music’s Covid-19 Composer award. 

In 2023 Caroline was one of the Watershed micro-residents as part of the MyWorld Ideas programme. Caroline spent three months in residence at the Pervasive Media Studio part of a project called STREAM, which is a partnership between UWE, Marshmallow Laser Feast and All Seeing Eye. The projects aims were to investigate and navigate what accessible location-based VR could look like.  

She is always seeking new opportunities and bringing people together to create, thrive & progress is her passion.