Caroline Foldes

Caroline Foldes is a photographer based in Sydney, Australia

Some of her favourite photographers are Sally Mann, Bill Henson, Abbas, Mary Ellen Mark, Steve McCurry, André Kertész, Brassaï, Tina Barney, Joel-Peter Witkin.

Caroline uses a Holga, Leica M3, Canon 30D, Canon EOS 3, Fisheye Lomo. "(My lucky number is 3.) And for some of my work, I've used a Hasselblad with a Phase One back."

Caroline is the founder and director of The Photo Group, Australia. She says "My photographic vision involves focusing on the sacred in the everyday. My photographic raison-d'être is to discover and capture the beauty in everything and anything. I see it all as part of one big, divine, whole universe. I love creating images that are contemplative, that may have a spiritual light and presence, or a certain stillness. I can freeze my vision of the world in a frame - everyday miracles. The Sacred Image is my name for this quest. I did a Master's in Documentary Photography in Sydney, Australia, in 2007."

You can e-mail Caroline at caroline@alphabetproject.co.uk

Responding Photographer 'C'

Caroline will be taking part in the project as a responding photographer so please visit her page to see her 26 photographs throughout the year.