She is passionate about creating work that is accessible to audiences using clear ideas or concepts. As a result Caroline produces robust and multi-faceted work.
Currently Caroline is working on her most ambitious project to date, Leaving Limbo Landing, an ambitious new outdoor production in water, on land and in the air that explores journey, placement, displacement, settling, arrivals and departures.
Having majored in performing arts for her education degree (Deakin University, 1990) Caroline retrained at University of Melbourne and worked as a Genetic Counsellor from 1997 to 2002. She has been dancing in inclusive companies for 14 years and since arriving in the UK in 2002 she’s been mentored by Adam Benjamin, CandoCo, Yael Flexer (Bedlam Dance) and Janet Smith (Scottish Dance Theatre).
Caroline has choreographed and performed work as girl jonah with Fiona Wright (showing at British Dance Edition 2006, Dance Umbrella 2006, Dublin Dance Festival 2008) www.girljonah.org ; was commissioned to produce a site-specific piece, Elevation, for Trafalgar Square as part of the Liberty Festival (September 2006)
During Autumn 2012 Caroline will be in residency at Dance4. During this time she will be exploring ideas and developing thoughts around future projects. She will be sharing words and images along the way, please click below to her blog page to see more.