Caroline Philippone is a proud native of Saint Louis, Missouri who currently creates in Houston, TX.
Working as an art objects photographer in her daytime position, her personal work has become more focused on experimenting within the traditional and digital photographic process. Working out of her bathroom apartment to process film, she takes these negatives to create prints using alternative process from a UV exposure unit. Lately she has focused heavily on small zine and artist books for her long form photographic projects.
She has exhibited throughout the United States, and in early 2020 had her third solo show "American Dreams," which bookended a four-year project focusing on the hopes of teenage immigrants in the United States as they navigate their new country. Earlier this year she showed new pieces from a work "Persona," which focused on personal memories and hidden identity as a child whose parent belonged in the LGBTQ community and would chose both male and female partners in her formative years.
She holds an MFA in Photography/Studio Art from Fontbonne University, and holds a Master’s in Educational Technology and a BA in Commercial Photography from Webster University.
She was recently named a Support for Artists and Creatives Grant Recipient by the City of Houston.
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