Caroline Furneaux is a London-based photographer and artist.
She graduated with an MA in Photography from LCC having previously received her BA in English Literature from QMC, University of London.
Caroline works on research-led projects that combine her interest in literature, performance, the family archive, found photography and writing. She is fascinated by the tiny details that reveal a person’s relationship with the world; the small yet huge stories of the everyday.
Current projects include The Mothers I Might Have Had which has been exhibited in London at Deptford X 2017; Salon 16 and Photofusion and The Posh Club, a documentary project in collaboration with the performance collective Duckie.
Furneaux has worked as a freelance photographer 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.
Furneaux is an Associate Lecturer in photography at LCC.