Based in Sydney, Caroline Dranoff is an observer. Specializing in investigating people’s connections to each other, to nature and the exploration of identity, she embraces vulnerability and sensibility in order to capture moments and create understanding without the need for a common language through digital photography.
She is a qualified Early Childhood Educator with years of experience. However, her artistic flair and passion in photography has led her to pursuit a career in the Photography field. Caroline’s first contact with a professional camera was back in Brazil, in 2004. At the time she was studying a Bachelor of Communication – major in Advertising; however as the explorer that she is, in 2006 she decided to travel, another one of her passions. Arriving in Sydney, a place that now has become home.
While studying and working in the Education field, she completed her Diploma in Professional Photography and bought her first camera in 2011. Five years later, she has learnt a few things about life and chose to pursue her photographic practice, going back to university. She is now on her final year of Bachelor of Design in Photography and Situated Media at the University of Technology Sydney.