Caroline Fraser

Caroline’s landscape photography arises from her passion for the natural world, and has become her way to express the fragility and transience of our lives and the world that we live in.

Her quiet, minimalistic, and often abstract style creates highly personal representations of mood and place, with an emphasis on intimate details. Her preference for remote landscapes has taken her to the highlands of Scotland, Iceland, New Zealand’s South Island and most recently Greenland. Ice, water, mountains, trees and grasses feature in much of her work. She creates work by walking alone in the landscape, often finding inspiration in the objects that she finds at her feet.

She achieved the Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society 2010 with abstract landscapes from the Hebrides, and went on to study for a postgraduate certificate in photography at Central St Martins, University of the Arts, London in 2011.

She has published a number of limited edition artist books that contain her writings alongside her photographic work. She works on these in her studio at The Creative Centre, Rye.

Her work has been exhibited in London, Rye, Scotland and Japan. All prints are in limited editions, on archival quality cotton papers or on metal/dibond for a more contemporary look.

She values the sentiments of the adventurer John Muir who said;
everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul