Caroline is a multidisciplinary artist - an actress, director, choreographer, writer, and more. Her work values collaboration, courage, and honesty. Caroline hopes to build a future of art that embraces innovation and diversity.
Recently, Caroline helped found Artists AF (All Female), an online group dedicated to creating work produced, directed, and written by women. With Artists AF, Caroline has directed and acted in two music video covers and a short film. In Houston, Caroline trained in Shakespeare at the Kim Tobin Acting Studio and was accepted for a year-long acting internship with the A.D. Players, an Equity theater. After completing her internship, Caroline served as the assistant box office manager and acted with several theaters in the area including: Main Street Theater, Horse Head Theatre, Wordsmyth, and the Majestic Performance Company. Men on Boats at Main Street Theater, in which Caroline played the role of Bradley, was nominated for Best Ensemble Cast and won Best Play/Production of 2018 with Houston Press Awards. Represented by Pastorini-Bosby Talent, she filmed several industrials with Image Resources Group and EverFi as well as season one of the webseries Lowlifers with Fancy Man Films.
Currently, Caroline is pursuing her MFA in Performing Arts at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. In the summer, she will be working with the Savannah Chidlren's Theatre as a choreographer and dance teacher. In February of 2019, Caroline placed first in the 2019 SCAD Talent Show with her original slam poetry piece Audition to be Me. While at SCAD, Caroline has featured in multiple student films as well as a pilot episode for the student TV show You Grew Up.