Caroline Fisher

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Caroline Fisher Photography & Cinematography

Highly experienced DIRECTOR of PHOTOGRAPHY, STILLS PHOTOGRAPHER & EDUCATOR

Contact

Mobile 0414 258 894
Address PO Box 2104, Byron Bay
Email callyfisher@me.com
Website www.carolinefisher.com.au

About

Caroline Fisher is an accomplished and highly experienced photographer, cinematographer and educator.
She hold a Bachelor Degree in Film Making, Associate Diploma in Fine Art Photography, Diploma in Teaching and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. After spending many years working in photography, print & publishing and Digital Imaging, she embarked on a full time lecturing role in Commercial Photography & Multi Media.
Caroline has also shared her passion for photography through workshops and community projects. Her small groups enjoy hours of hands-on practice in the field with one-on-one tuition at beautiful locations where Caroline demonstrates inspiring techniques and simply explains camera controls to empower students to create stunning photographs.
Caroline currently works as a Professional freelance environmental photographer and film maker, photo journalist and tutor. She has been recognized as an International and National Award winner for her Photography and Cinematography.
To view works & contact, refer to email and website hyperlinks on this page.

Career Highlights

• Source to Sea, awarded a Silver Award, Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS)
• The Tree, awarded a Silver Award, Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS)
• The Tree, selected for the Directors Cut in The Blake Prize
• The Tree, selected as winner of The DSLR Film Festival
• The Tree, selected as winner of the Sigur Ros, World Film Competition
• Official screenings at the International Byron Bay Film Festival, Flickerfest and Byron All Shorts

Production Credits

• Sayonara, selected for official screening at the International Byron Bay Film Festival, Flickerfest, Byron All Shorts and ACS Awards
• The Tree, selected for official screening at the International Byron Bay Film Festival, Flickerfest and Byron All Shorts
• The Tree, selected as winner of the Sigur Ros, World Film Competition
• The Tree, selected as winner of The DSLR Film Festival
• The Tree, awarded a Silver Award, Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS)
• The Tree, selected for the Directors Cut in The Blake Prize
• The Tree Myth, Official screening International Byron Bay Film Festival
• Source to Sea, Official screening International Byron Bay Film Festival and Flickerfest
• Source to Sea, awarded a Silver Award, Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS)
• The Tree Myth, selected for official screening at the International Byron Bay Film Festival, Flickerfest and Byron All Shorts

Statistics

Age 45-54 years old
Indigenous No
Membership Type Professional